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Office Project Advances Without WeWork
The Ledger office building in downtown Bentonville (rendering)

Office Project Advances Without WeWork

by Arkansas Business Staff – 7 days ago

WeWork of New York City is no longer associated with the 230,000-SF office building, now called The Ledger, currently under construction in downtown Bentonville.


Walmart to Acquire Last Mile Platform

Walmart to Acquire Last Mile Platform

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An executive with Walmart Inc. of Bentonville announced in a Nov. 19 LinkedIn post that the company is acquiring the technology startup company JoyRun of Redwood City, California. read more >

Tragedy And Gratitude (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Tragedy And Gratitude (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

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Let another pesky woman editor encourage you to embrace the spirit of Thanksgiving this year as never before, even as we must limit the traditional togetherness — a small sacrifice by historic standards. read more >

After Disrupting Itself, J.B. Hunt Gets Efficient

After Disrupting Itself, J.B. Hunt Gets Efficient

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J.B. Hunt CEO John Roberts and Shelley Simpson, chief commercial officer, participated in FreightWaves' virtual fall conference earlier this month and gave some color to how the company's technological pursuit led to its newfound success. read more >

Inuvo Reports $2.4M 3Q Loss

Inuvo Reports $2.4M 3Q Loss

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Marketing technology provider Inuvo Inc. of Little Rock said Monday that it lost $2.4 million, or 3 cents per share, during the third quarter. read more >

Will the Sun Set on Solar's Tax Break?

Will the Sun Set on Solar's Tax Break?

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Solar businesses fear the toll as U.S. tax credits, now 26%, are set to fall to 22% in 2021 and to 10% for commercial projects only in 2022, barring policy shifts. read more >

Startup Junkie Foundation Awarded $650K CARES Grant

Startup Junkie Foundation Awarded $650K CARES Grant

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The U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration announced Monday that it will award a $650,000 CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant to Startup Junkie Foundation of Fayetteville, to provide technical assistance to small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in northwest Arkansas. read more >

Lonoke Land, Pharma Facility Leads Recent Transactions

Lonoke Land, Pharma Facility Leads Recent Transactions

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Farmland in Lonoke County, an office building in west Little Rock, an apartment complex in downtown Little Rock, a dollar store in Roland and future industrial land in east Little Rock form this week's lineup of million-dollar real estate transactions. read more >

Convention Centers Can't Wait for Legislative Session

Convention Centers Can't Wait for Legislative Session

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Arkansas' hospitals and other industries have urgent concerns for the Legislature to address in the regular session that will commence on Jan. 11, but a key piece of the hospitality industry has needs that are more urgent. read more >

Pandemic Lobbying: Hands Off, Masks On

Pandemic Lobbying: Hands Off, Masks On

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The Arkansas Legislature will return to session in January but, like nearly every other part of American life, it won't quite be a return to normalcy. read more >

Fake News? Not Precisely, But It's Definitely Not Local

Fake News? Not Precisely, But It's Definitely Not Local

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More than a dozen media properties operating under familiar names in Arkansas are facing scrutiny after articles in The Guardian and The New York Times revealed them as purveyors of automated reporting and slanted news financed by political operatives and corporate interests. read more >