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Sean Beherec joined Arkansas Business in October 2014 after more than three years as a newspaper reporter covering crime, state politics and the environment. He writes about energy, technology and media and marketing, as well as the companies in those industries, including Acxiom and Windstream.

Sean graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor's degree in multimedia journalism. You can follow him on Twitter here.

Latest Articles

Springdale Water, Little Rock Beef Up CNG Fleets

Springdale Water, Little Rock Beef Up CNG Fleets

Transportation

While private companies have reported benefits from using or offering compressed natural gas, several cities and utilities in Arkansas have also turned to the alternative fuel source. Springdale Water Utilities added CNG trucks to its fleet last year, and the city of Little Rock has been purchasing more of the vehicles. read more >

Agri-Drones Await Final FAA Rules

Agri-Drones Await Final FAA Rules

LegalTechnology & TelecomTransportation

Two recent webinars hosted by a senior staff attorney at the National Agricultural Law Center at the University of Arkansas System's Division of Agriculture focused on the legal framework behind deploying drones for agricultural use. read more >

Uber Hit With Complaint Over Privacy Policy

Uber Hit With Complaint Over Privacy Policy

LegalTechnology & TelecomTransportation

The Electronic Privacy Information Center filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission late last month, arguing that the policy “will claim the right to collect personal contact information and detailed location data of American consumers, even when they are not using the service.” read more >

Lawnly Goes Yard in Fayetteville With Uber Model

Lawnly Goes Yard in Fayetteville With Uber Model

Technology & Telecom

A new company, dubbed Lawnly, is now doing business in the northwest part of the state. The service is similar to Uber in that users log on to the Lawnly application and find someone willing to take the job in the area. It varies slightly because it uses actual lawn care companies, as opposed to individual contractors. read more >