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Sarah Campbell-Miller

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Sarah Campbell joined Arkansas Business in 2016. She graduated in 2011 from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro with a bachelor's degree in journalism and interned for the Jonesboro Sun. She then worked as a general assignment reporter and copyeditor for the Leader newspaper in Jacksonville. Sarah is from Gravel Ridge, which was annexed into Sherwood in 2008. She writes a monthly technology column and news for both the online and print editions.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

Truckers, Construction Firms Ready to Roll with Arkansas Highway Plan

While Gov. Asa Hutchinson's $300 million per year plan for highways will raise diesel prices for truckers, they'll eventually come out ahead through time saved and fewer equipment repairs, the Arkansas Trucking Association says. read more >

Preliminary Budget for Tech Park's Phase II is $26M

The not-yet-financed second phase of the Little Rock Technology Park will have a preliminary budget of nearly $26 million, the project's directors announced at a monthly board meeting Wednesday. read more >

Arkansas' 3E Software Picked for Accelerator

3E Software Inc. of Springdale is one of 10 companies, and the only one from Arkansas, chosen to participate in the inaugural ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator. read more >

Update: New York Firm Sues NanoMech for $8.9M

Michaelson Capital Partners of New York is suing NanoMech Inc. of Springdale in the Supreme Court of New York for $8.9 million plus interest, costs and fees. read more >

Former Apex Tool Facility Sells For $2M

Trickling Creek Properties LLC has purchased the former Apex Tool manufacturing at 1609 N. Old Missouri Road in Springdale. read more >

UCA Cyber Range to Produce Needed Talent

The new cyber range at the University of Central Arkansas will complement the school's new bachelor's degree program and deliver to a fast-growing job field the talent it desperately needs to combat cybercrime. read more >

Cryptojacking Is Trend to Watch

Cryptojacking, the unauthorized use of others' computers to "mine" cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, has surpassed the use of ransomware as the top cybercrime. read more >

Sam's Club CEO in Little Rock: Technology Is Transforming Retail

Technology is transforming Sam's Club to benefit members and employees alike, President and CEO John Furner said during the Arkansas Economic Development Foundation's annual luncheon in Little Rock. read more >

Youth Home in Little Rock Announces Layoffs

Youth Home in Little Rock announced Wednesday that 31 of its 227 employees will be laid off by March 1. read more >

ADFA Allocates $26M to Buy Verizon Building

The Arkansas Development Finance Authority expects to close on its purchase of Verizon Building 4 at One Allied Drive in Little Rock by the end of next month. read more >