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Business Hall of Fame Won't Add New Class in 2021

Business Hall of Fame Won't Add New Class in 2021

Banking & FinanceHealth Care

Citing "continuing uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic," the board that oversees the University of Arkansas' Arkansas Business Hall of Fame says it won't induct a new class of honorees in 2021. read more >

OK Foods: 'Erroneous' State Report Led to Ban

OK Foods: 'Erroneous' State Report Led to Ban

Health Care

CEO Trent Goins of OK Foods in Fort Smith says the Arkansas Department of Health's "erroneous reporting" of the number of positive coronavirus cases led to China banning imports from a company plant. read more >

US Home Sales Rise 2.4% in August

US Home Sales Rise 2.4% in August

Sales of existing homes rose 2.4% in August to its highest level since 2006 as the housing market recovers from a widespread shutdown in the spring brought on by the coronavirus outbreak. read more >

Windstream Completes Restructuring, Goes Private

Windstream Completes Restructuring, Goes Private

Technology & Telecom

Windstream Holdings Inc. of Little Rock says it has officially restructured and is now a private company. "Today marks the start of a new era for Windstream as an even stronger, more competitive company," CEO Tony Thomas says. read more >

Legal Woes Continue for Adam Kuettel

Legal Woes Continue for Adam Kuettel

WhispersBanking & FinanceLegal

Arvest Bank can be added to the list of plaintiffs suing troubled investment adviser Adam Kuettel and his firm, Kuettel Capital LLC of Bentonville. read more >

Circle K Double Combo Totals Nearly $9M

Circle K Double Combo Totals Nearly $9M

WhispersRestaurants & Food

This week's list encompasses convenience stores, fast-food eateries, residential lots, a mini-storage project and homes scattered across Benton, Bryant, Little Rock, west Pulaski County, Sherwood and Conway. read more >