Transportation


Trucking Alliance Finds Survey Results Hair Raising

Trucking Alliance Finds Survey Results Hair Raising
7 days ago

The Trucking Alliance has preached driver safety for years, lobbying for electronic logging devices and hair testing drivers for illegal drug use. Now, the Alliance says it has some concrete and scary numbers to support its stance on hair testing.


Arkansas Business Announces CFO Finalists, Tickets Info

Arkansas Business Announces CFO Finalists, Tickets Info

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportation

Arkansas Business' 2019 CFO of the Year finalists and Lifetime Achievement Award winners will be recognized at a luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock. read more >

Barrister Court Property Sells for $3M

Barrister Court Property Sells for $3M

WhispersRestaurants & FoodTransportation

This week's six-pack of real estate transactions features apartments in Little Rock and Sherwood, a fast-food eatery in Conway, an equipment rental project in east Little Rock, a west Little Rock residence and a coming-soon convenience store location in North Little Rock. read more >

Niki Bolton Up for National Trucking Award (Movers & Shakers)

Niki Bolton Up for National Trucking Award (Movers & Shakers)

TransportationMovers & Shakers

Niki Bolton, senior truck auditor and executive projects officer for American Truck & Rail Audits Inc. of North Little Rock, is one of six finalists for the 2019 Influential Women in Trucking award sponsored by the Women in Trucking Association and Freightliner Trucks. read more >

Central Arkansas Population Growth Slows

Central Arkansas Population Growth Slows

Transportation

The planning agency Metroplan has found that growth slowed considerably in most cities in central Arkansas when comparing the period 2000-10 with 2010-19, according to its latest report. read more >

2019 Proves to Be Spotty Year in Trucking

2019 Proves to Be Spotty Year in Trucking

Transportation

Butch Rice doesn't believe the doom and gloom bandied about in some quarters about the trucking industry. "I feel the economy is OK," said Rice, the president and CEO of Stallion Transportation in Beebe. "Right now the market is back to normal. We're back to doing the daily grind." read more >

Woodland Heights Sold for $37.7M

Woodland Heights Sold for $37.7M

WhispersBanking & FinanceHealth CareRestaurants & FoodTransportation

A senior-living project in west Little Rock forms this week's real estate triangle with restaurant-inspired transactions in Greenbrier and Benton. read more >

Tech World Still a Man's World

Tech World Still a Man's World

Technology & TelecomTransportation

Although the percentage of women in the U.S. workforce now stands at 46.8%, it remains much lower than that in the technology sector. read more >

The Long Game (Editorial)

The Long Game (Editorial)

OpinionTransportation

Billions of dollars in government aid to farmers may soften these initial blows, but the longer that the U.S.-China trade war continues, the greater will be the damage to American agriculture — and Arkansas farmers. read more >

Mayor Sees Signs Amazon May Stay in NLR Awhile

Mayor Sees Signs Amazon May Stay in NLR Awhile

Transportation

North Little Rock has 17 acres to offer to Amazon for a permanent facility or expansion. A permanent or expanded facility would require at least 10-15 acres and could create up to 300 jobs, according to the Mayor Joe Smith. read more >

Hidden Search of Schwyhart Assets Probes Attorney Files

Hidden Search of Schwyhart Assets Probes Attorney Files

Banking & FinanceLegalTransportationCover Story

The search for nearly $3.2 million from a once-secret 2013 settlement and possession of a grand home valued at $1.9 million by the Benton County assessor remain at center stage in the bankruptcy of Bill and Carolyn Schwyhart. read more >