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Kyle Massey, who was born in Conway and raised in Newport, has been at Arkansas Business since February 2016. He began his journalism career as a sports writer at the Log Cabin Democrat in Conway before moving on as an editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Charlotte Observer. For 17 years, he served in editing roles at the New York Times in Manhattan. He and his wife, Kerry Prichard, have four grown children.

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Argenta Rolls On: 'It All Builds on Itself'

Argenta Rolls On: 'It All Builds on Itself' This article is available only in print.

Restaurants & FoodTransportationCover Story

Argenta's one square mile has anchored some $500 million in downtown commercial projects in the past 20 years with the dedication of Argenta Plaza highlighting the latest development efforts. read more >

Ashdown Paper Inactive; Democrat-Gazette Digital Numbers Up

Ashdown Paper Inactive; Democrat-Gazette Digital Numbers Up

Outtakes

As one Arkansas newspaper ended a 121-year publishing history last month in Ashdown, the dogged statewide daily — the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette — reported strong sales for its future-driven model: a digital replica newspaper on iPad and a printed Sunday paper. read more >

A Bitcoin ATM Company With Little Rock Roots

A Bitcoin ATM Company With Little Rock Roots

Banking & FinanceTechnology & Telecom

Coinsource of Fort Worth sells bitcoins through nearly 400 special ATM kiosks at gas stations and convenience stores across the country, including two in the Little Rock area and another in Fayetteville. read more >

Next-Gen Learning: Businesses Embrace Career Academies

Next-Gen Learning: Businesses Embrace Career Academies

Technology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

Metro Little Rock schools have accelerated a plan to put all 13,000 public high school students in Pulaski County on career-themed paths. The effort also aims to recast public schools as magnets for central Arkansas economic development, not impediments. read more >