Real Estate


Protests Fail to Boost Black-owned Businesses

Protests Fail to Boost Black-owned Businesses

Business ListBanking & FinanceRestaurants & FoodCover Story

Social media campaigns urged consumers to buy goods and services from Black-owned businesses following protests against racism and police brutality. But several African American business owners told Arkansas Business that they saw little, if any, boost in sales. read more >

Schwyhart Meltdown Followed Hunt's Exit

Schwyhart Meltdown Followed Hunt's Exit

Banking & FinanceLegalCover Story

Thirteen years ago, word began leaking out that one of the most dynamic commercial development partnerships in fast-growing northwest Arkansas was breaking up. read more >

Amazon to Open Delivery Station in Maumelle

Amazon to Open Delivery Station in Maumelle

Technology & TelecomTransportation

Amazon of Seattle will open a new delivery station at 400 Sharkey Drive in Maumelle later this year, creating "dozens" of full-time and part-time jobs, the company says. read more >

Lithium Project  in El Dorado Defies Pandemic

Lithium Project in El Dorado Defies Pandemic

Health CareTechnology & TelecomCover Story

After six months locked down in Canada, Robert Mintak is itching to fly south to see firsthand how Standard Lithium Ltd.'s pilot plant is doing drawing lithium from Arkansas' underground brine. read more >

Pine Bluff Gets a Sprucing Up

Pine Bluff Gets a Sprucing Up

Banking & FinanceRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Led by the Saracen Casino Resort, which has a construction value of $215 million, Pine Bluff is seeing growth across the city unlike any in recent years. read more >

Southern Bancorp On the Move

Southern Bancorp On the Move

Banking & Finance

Arkadelphia's Southern Bancorp Bank will be relocating its west Little Rock operations into leased space formerly occupied by the State Bank Department. read more >