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Transportation, Northwest Arkansas
Marty Cook joined Arkansas Business in October 2013 after 19 years as an award-winning newspaper reporter. He covers the transportation industry and northwest Arkansas businesses.
Marty, a native of Shreveport, graduated from Missouri in 1993 with a bachelor of journalism. He has three daughters and lives in Prairie Grove.
Williams, 60, announced Sept. 5 that he would step down as CEO of the publicly traded buy-here, pay-here automotive retailer at the end of the month. read more >
Chad Hatfield and his investor partner, Paula Whalen, acquired the tract at the northwest corner of South Champions Drive and West Northgate Road in 2013. read more >
The cuts left 59 farmers left with unrenewed contracts with Tyson Foods Inc. after it announced multiple plant closures this year. read more >
David and Doug Hendrix of Bryant bought a 6,340-SF home in Fayetteville for $2.95 million. read more >
Earlier this month, the company highlighted some of its environmental, social and governance achievements in its 2022 Sustainability Report. read more >
The facility is a long-time labor of love for U of A electrical engineering professor Alan Mantooth and was made possible by a $19 million grant from the National Science Foundation. read more >
The Jonesboro Developer has already completed the first phase of a 263-acre e-commerce park in Jonesboro and is developing similar projects in Trumann and Paragould. read more >
Arkansas has 160 more doctors in residency than it did just a few years ago thanks to the creation of two osteopathic medical schools in the past decade. read more >