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K-12 Construction Makes the Grade
Clockwise from top left: Fort Smith Northside's new entrance and competition gym, Fort Smith Southside's freshman center and its competition gym.

K-12 Construction Makes the Grade

by George Waldon – 5 days ago

Since December, construction totaling more than $225 million has been completed on some of the largest K-12 projects in Arkansas.


Arkansas Business Seeks Nominations for '20 In Their 20s'

Arkansas Business Seeks Nominations for '20 In Their 20s'

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Arkansas Business is accepting nominations for its annual "20 In Their 20s" class of young professionals who are making a difference in their companies, organizations and communities. read more >

2021 Governor's Cup Winners Announced

2021 Governor's Cup Winners Announced

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The eight winners of the 2021 Arkansas Governor's Cup Collegiate Business Plan competition were announced during a virtual presentation held at noon Thursday. read more >

UA Little Rock Programs Help Bring Tech to Market

UA Little Rock Programs Help Bring Tech to Market

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Two programs based out of the same building on the University of Arkansas at Little Rock campus are helping transform research done in a lab into marketable technology that can generate dollars and jobs. read more >

Walmart's Trial Over Alleged Stolen Tech

Walmart's Trial Over Alleged Stolen Tech

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Walmart Inc. of Bentonville stands accused in a Little Rock courtroom of stealing another company's technology, and it's not the first such allegation the world's largest retailer has faced in recent years. read more >

SPONSORED: 4 Ways to Keep Branches Relevant

SPONSORED: 4 Ways to Keep Branches Relevant

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Even after the pandemic, banks and credit unions will need to offer multiple service-delivery options to stay competitive, and many will determine that brick-and-mortar is an important part of the mix. read more >

Arkansas Business Announces 2021 40 Under 40 Honorees

Arkansas Business Announces 2021 40 Under 40 Honorees

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Arkansas Business announces this year's class of 40 Under 40, a group of rising young professionals who will be honored with an in-person luncheon and an interactive virtual event on June 17 in Little Rock. read more >

Big Deals in Arkansas Jump 157% Despite Pandemic

Big Deals in Arkansas Jump 157% Despite Pandemic

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Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the value of the biggest deals in Arkansas last year jumped 157%, from $7.9 billion in 2019 to $20.3 billion in 2020, pushed largely by Walmart's sales of stakes in two subsidiaries, Asda Group and Seiyu. read more >

The U.S. Economy… and Changing Occupations

The U.S. Economy… and Changing Occupations

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The COVID-19 pandemic drove down employment and pushed the U.S. economy into recession a year ago, and now many unemployed Americans are considering changing occupations, according to the Pew Research Center. read more >

Wells Fargo Settles Case Based on Fax

Wells Fargo Settles Case Based on Fax

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An unusual fax class-action case that led to a $22.4 million judgment against Wells Fargo Bank was closed last week after both sides reached a settlement in January. read more >

UAFS Professors Awarded $74K in Grants

UAFS Professors Awarded $74K in Grants

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Two professors at the college of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith get grants totaling more than $74,000. read more >