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Mark Carter joined Arkansas Business Publishing Group in 2009 as assistant internet editor. In addition to working for Arkansas Business and ArkansasBusiness.com, Carter edits and writes for InnovateArkansas.org, for which he covers the state's growing startup community.

Carter also edits INOV8, the Innovate Arkansas blog, a chronicle of the innovation in Arkansas. He also travels the state visiting and reporting on Arkansas innovation hubs at state universities.

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Marketing Little Rock Metro Never Easier for Chamber

Marketing Little Rock Metro Never Easier for Chamber

Technology & TelecomOuttakes

The chamber is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year and recently unveiled a new logo and slightly altered name to mark the milestone. The chamber is just that now. No more “of Commerce.” Sleek and modern, just how chamber officials want the city to be seen. read more >

Chuck Spohn Follows Broadcast Career with Media & More

Chuck Spohn Follows Broadcast Career with Media & More

Outtakes

For 15 years, Media & More President/CEO Chuck Spohn was the man at Little Rock television stations KLRT and KASN, the market's Fox and UPN affiliates. Spohn was vice president and general manager from 1997 to 2013, when his stations were sold and consolidation led to his launching a new career. read more >

FIS FinTech Set To Start at Venture Center

FIS FinTech Set To Start at Venture Center

Technology & Telecom

This spring, global banking technology services provider FIS will kick off its first fintech startup accelerator program in partnership with the Venture Center in downtown Little Rock. read more >

Virtual Reality Opens Brave New Worlds At UALR

Virtual Reality Opens Brave New Worlds At UALR

Technology & TelecomCover Story

Carolina Cruz-Neira's visualization technology lab in the Emerging Analytics Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is a playground for the imagination. And the virtual reality that unfolds within it is helping envision better companies and cities — both modern and ancient — and even train better medical students. read more >