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“We tried to work everything out,” said Grant Merrill, who purchased KEWI-AM in 2011. In February, he left the station, and it was silenced. (Photo by Michael Pirnique)
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Grant Merrill Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Mismanagement of KEWI

The bad blood between the former partners of KEWI-AM, 690, has arrived at the Saline County Courthouse. read more >
“We tried to work everything out,” said Grant Merrill, who purchased KEWI-AM in 2011. In February, he left the station, and it was silenced. (Photo by Michael Pirnique)
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What Happened to Saline County’s Only Radio Station KEWI-AM?

In 2011, Grant Merrill bought KEWI-AM, 690, in Benton: Saline County’s only functioning radio station. Before he owned it, the station had run stably for years, but three years after his purchase, it’s closed and silent. read more >
Major credit card companies want most U.S. banks and merchants to switch to chip-and-pin cards by October 2015.
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Public Companies / Retail / Small Business

After Target Heist, Credit Cards Set for an Overhaul

The heavily publicized theft of credit card data from Target servers in November has highlighted a glaring issue that Arkansas banks and retailers must soon address: Our plastic technology is obsolete. read more >
Marketing programs for credit cards have become more aggressive.
Banking & Finance / Media & Marketing / Retail

Relaxed Standards for Credit Cards Mean New Offers for Consumers

Experts say the stepped-up marketing of credit cards, especially by the big players, signals the end of the most generous offers, which were being made to the most credit-worthy borrowers as credit card issuers continue to rebuild the business that was damaged during the recession. read more >