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SPONSORED: Mauborgne: Companies Must Lead, Not Follow Others

SPONSORED: Mauborgne: Companies Must Lead, Not Follow Others

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Business strategist Renée Mauborgne says a company must make an honest assessment of where it is as an organization and where it stands in the marketplace if it is to develop a road map to success. read more >

Affiliated Foods Case Nears End

Affiliated Foods Case Nears End

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It looks like one of the longest-running and largest bankruptcy cases in Arkansas is finally coming to an end. read more >

Cautiously Optimistic (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Cautiously Optimistic (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

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I participated in our Arkansas Business of the Year awards program on Wednesday and it was weird. I know it was weird because that was the word I kept hearing from other attendees. read more >

Colony West Center Sells for $8.5M

Colony West Center Sells for $8.5M

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While helping Natural Capital get into the affordable housing market, Cushman & Wakefield/Sage Partners also brokered an $8.54 million sale of Little Rock's Colony West Shopping Center in late January. read more >

Video: Nelson, Scarborough, Hunt Honored at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

Video: Nelson, Scarborough, Hunt Honored at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

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Heather Nelson of Seal Solar of North Little Rock and Fred Scarborough of the Arkansas Children's Foundation in Little Rock won Executive of the Year awards, and billionaire philanthropist Johnelle Hunt of Lowell was honored for her lifetime of leadership last week at the 33rd annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards. read more >

Webcast to Feature Global Thought Leader Renee Mauborgne

Webcast to Feature Global Thought Leader Renee Mauborgne

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Renee Mauborgne, an economist and professor at international business graduate school INSEAD, will lead the third webcast in a series presented by Arkansas Business throughout 2021. read more >

Arkansas Hospitality Tax Receipts Plunge in 2020

Arkansas Hospitality Tax Receipts Plunge in 2020

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The COVID-19 pandemic sent hospitality tax collections in Arkansas plummeting last year, and the blow to some tourism bureaus in the state, which rely on the taxes for revenue, was even worse than those figures show. read more >

Momentum Delayed Momentary Museum

Momentum Delayed Momentary Museum

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The Momentary opened to great fanfare in February 2020 in Bentonville, celebrating itself as the relaxed “living room” contemporary art satellite museum of the famed Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit. read more >

Tourism Declines to 1990 Levels

Tourism Declines to 1990 Levels

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International tourist arrivals fell 74% in 2020 compared with 2019, according to the World Tourism Organization. That's equal to a decline of about 1.1 billion international arrivals, a level not seen since the late 1980s and early 1990s. read more >

Dormant VA Hospital Visited by $2.7M Sale (Real Deals)

Dormant VA Hospital Visited by $2.7M Sale (Real Deals)

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Princeton Place Apartments LLC, an affiliate of Pace Burt Inc. of Albany, Georgia, acquired the 11-story building at 300 E. Roosevelt Road from the Institute in Basic Life Principles Inc. of Hinsdale, Illinois. read more >

Natural Way Raises $1M

Natural Way Raises $1M

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A Fayetteville company that manufactures peanut butter and almond butter recently raised $1 million from investors. read more >

Gambling Profits Help Quapaw Leaders Play Many Hands

Gambling Profits Help Quapaw Leaders Play Many Hands

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Joseph Byrd and Guy Barker lead the government of the Quapaw Nation, which owns and operates Saracen Casino Resort in Pine Bluff. They talk about casinos, business development and UA donations. read more >