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Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

CFO of the Year: Introduction from Publisher Mitch Bettis

As global and regional economic issues continue to evolve, Arkansas Business shines the spotlight on chief financial officers. read more >

Best Places to Work Opens Lines of Communication

The survey for the Best Places to Work is one of the smartest investments our company makes, and the results have changed our workplace. read more >

Introducing Health Care Heroes (From the Publisher Mitch Bettis)

Some of our life's most thrilling and challenging moments have been spent with our health care providers. read more >

What Does Your Staff Really Think of Your Company?

The survey for the Best Places to Work is one of the smartest investments our company makes, and the results have changed our workplace. read more >

From the Publisher: Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame Inductees Inspire All

The goal of the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame is to honor, in perpetuity, women whose contributions have influenced their communities or state. read more >

Publisher Mitch Bettis: Honoring Heroes of Health Care

Arkansas Business regularly covers the topic of healthcare in Arkansas, and our team has worked for more than a year to craft a program that honors healthcare professionals who have committed their lives to serving others. read more >

CFO of the Year: Introduction from Publisher Mitch Bettis

Chief financial officers don't usually grandstand or seek the limelight, so the idea of honoring them at an awards luncheon might seem unusual. But for the past seven years, Arkansas Business has shined the spotlight on financial leaders in Arkansas with distinct achievements in their field. read more >

Valuable Data From Valued People: How Best Places To Work Can Impact Your Company Culture

The survey for the Best Places to Work is one of the smartest investments our company makes, and the results have changed our workplace. read more >

From the Publisher: Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame Long Overdue

There is no question the inaugural group of honorees meets the criteria for selection. What's also without question is that there are many more women — contemporary and historical — who deserve consideration for future induction. This Hall of Fame will be a permanent way to honor each of them. read more >

The Glass Is Half Full (Mitch Bettis Publisher's Note)

Arkansans and Americans in general seem to be feeling blue these days. Maybe a deluge of negative political advertising bludgeoned us into sadness. Perhaps I'm a “glass half-full” guy because I keep noticing that, nationally and within Arkansas, there are positive economic indicators. read more >