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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.

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Arkansas Reloads as Ammo-Making State

Arkansas Reloads as Ammo-Making State

Cover Story

Fiocchi of America and Vista Outdoor were attracted to the state because of its workforce, geography in the supply chain, and gun-loving culture. They also appreciated a warm welcome from local and state officials — including incentives. read more >

Cyberattacks Common; Insurance Isn't

Cyberattacks Common; Insurance Isn't

LegalTechnology & TelecomCover Story

As cyberattacks like these become more common and more organizations look to transfer the associated risk to insurers, the availability of such policies has not kept up with demand. read more >

Tech Firm, Nonprofit Build Talent Pipeline

Tech Firm, Nonprofit Build Talent Pipeline

Technology & Telecom

What do North Little Rock's First Orion and the nonprofit Forge Institute in Little Rock have in common? They're both building the tech talent pipeline in Arkansas, albeit differently. read more >

UA's Chip Comes In: It's Silicon Carbide

UA's Chip Comes In: It's Silicon Carbide

Technology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

A semiconductor fabrication center to be built by the University of Arkansas already has a vote of confidence from the U.S. government in the form of $23.3 million in federal grants. read more >

UA Little Rock Building Cybersecurity Pipeline

UA Little Rock Building Cybersecurity Pipeline

Technology & Telecom

Thanks to a $750,000 grant awarded earlier this month, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will be one of the first institutions in the country to offer graduate certificates in cybersecurity education to high school teachers. read more >