Northwest Arkansas


Alice Walton: New Institute to Address 'Broken' Health Care System
Alice Walton announces the Whole Health Institute in Bentonville, which aims to address flaws in the U.S. health care system.

Alice Walton: New Institute to Address 'Broken' Health Care System

by Marty Cook – 1 day ago

Walmart Inc. heiress Alice Walton says the health care system in the United States is broken and, to fix it, she is starting the Whole Health Institute in Bentonville.

New Architecture Firm Opens in Bentonville

New Architecture Firm Opens in Bentonville
2 days ago

Ryan Faust and Christophe Bouteille this week announced the opening of their new full-service architecture and design firm, BUF Studio, at 702 SE Fifth St., Suite 30, in Bentonville.


Tyson Foods Sues Over Tortilla Woes

Tyson Foods Sues Over Tortilla Woes This article is available only in print.

WhispersLegal

A subsidiary of Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale is suing a Wisconsin firm for at least $4.8 million over allegations that it botched a tortilla project it was hired to do. read more >

Arkansas' 'Firstborn' Osteopaths Near Graduation

Arkansas' 'Firstborn' Osteopaths Near Graduation

Health CareCover Story

One-hundred at New York Institute of Technology's College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro to walk in May; ceremony set for next year at Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Smith. read more >

Specialized Cannabis Clinics Rise to Meet Demand

Specialized Cannabis Clinics Rise to Meet Demand This article is available only in print.

Health CareLegalCover Story

With medical marijuana expected to boom into a $100 million-a-year business in Arkansas within a year or two, medical clinics specializing in marijuana certifications are cropping up to handle the rush. read more >

Elise Mitchell Makes News With New Year's Greeting

Elise Mitchell Makes News With New Year's Greeting

Outtakes

“New year, new beginnings,” writes northwest Arkansas PR entrepreneur Elise Mitchell, who led a parade of new year's greetings, big and small, funny and poignant, posted by Arkansas marketing, media and political figures. read more >

Western Arkansas Charity Says Up to $200K Stolen

Western Arkansas Charity Says Up to $200K Stolen

Health Care

The director of the Crawford-Sebastian Community Development Council in Fort Smith says up to $200,000 may have been stolen from the organization that provides financial assistance, housing and food to the needy. read more >

The Year in Executive Q&A: 2019

The Year in Executive Q&A: 2019

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

We approached executives from businesses large and small, nonprofits and even government agencies, and asked them to answer questions about their organizations, their industries and themselves. read more >

In the Workplace 2020: Succession Planning: Avoiding Pitfalls

In the Workplace 2020: Succession Planning: Avoiding Pitfalls

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportation

Succession planning necessitates talking to current key employees about their retirement plans. Planning how you will approach these conversations can help you avoid claims of age bias. Remember, there is no mandatory retirement age (with very few exceptions). read more >