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Uniti Group Reports $4.5M 1Q Loss

Uniti Group Reports $4.5M 1Q Loss
3 days ago

Uniti Group Inc. of Little Rock recently reported a net loss of $4.5 million, or 2 cents per diluted share, in the first quarter but that's much improved from the $80.3 million loss, or 41 cents per diluted share, the company saw in the first quarter of 2020.


Inuvo Reports $2.2M Q1 Loss

Inuvo Reports $2.2M Q1 Loss

Technology & Telecom

Marketing technology provider Inuvo Inc. of Little Rock lost $2.2 million, or 2 cents per share, during the first quarter. read more >

Arkansas Population Grows 3.3%

Arkansas Population Grows 3.3%

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The population of Arkansas grew 3.3% between 2010 and 2020, to 3,013,756 people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. read more >

Tyson Foods Expands Plant-Based Offerings

Tyson Foods Expands Plant-Based Offerings

Restaurants & Food

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale is introducing burger patties and ground, bratwurst and Italian sausage options from its Raised & Rooted brand of plant-based protein product line. read more >

Transgender Laws Draw a Hot Spotlight

Transgender Laws Draw a Hot Spotlight

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New restrictions on trangender minors have left the state a target of scorn and boycotts, and LGBTQ activists were calling the new legislation itself a hate crime. read more >

U.S. Labor Force Recovery Remains Remote

U.S. Labor Force Recovery Remains Remote

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The coronavirus pandemic pushed the unemployment rate in the United States to near record highs and caused millions of workers to leave the workforce, and a year later, the labor market remains far from recovery. read more >

Even As Economy Geats Up, Fed to Stick with Near-Zero Rates

Even As Economy Geats Up, Fed to Stick with Near-Zero Rates

Banking & Finance

Hiring is accelerating as Americans increasingly venture out to shop, eat at restaurants and travel, and inflation pressures are even picking up after lying dormant for years. But the Federal Reserve is all but sure to reiterate its commitment to ultra-low interest rates. read more >

Ghost Herd Gives Tyson $233M Nightmare

Ghost Herd Gives Tyson $233M Nightmare

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In a case of $233 million stolen by a Washington rancher who peddled nonexistent livestock, Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale has learned you can't see phantom cattle if you don't look. read more >

Bank OZK Q1 Earnings Beat Expectations

Bank OZK Q1 Earnings Beat Expectations

Banking & Finance

Bank OZK of Little Rock reports first-quarter earnings of $148.4 million, up more than 1,100% from the same quarter last year. The company also beat analysts' expectations for earnings per share and revenue. read more >