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Yates Foundation Gives Arkansas Children’s $1.25M

Arkansas Children’s announced on Wednesday announce a gift of $1.25 million to its dental sealant program as part of the ongoing statewide public launch of its $250 million Campaign for a Healthier Tomorrow. read more >
Stephens Inc. ranks as the second-largest private company in Arkansas.
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75 Largest Private Companies in Arkansas Combine for $38.9BLock Icon

Revenue at Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield topped $2.5 billion last year, a milestone achieved by only one other company in the 30 years that Arkansas Business has been ranking private companies by revenue. read more >
Sherwood Retail Center at 5450 Landers Road in Sherwood
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Sherwood Retail Center Sold for $4.1 MillionLock Icon

A retail project in Sherwood, a Little Rock convenience store combo and a home in west Little Rock team up for this week’s installment of million-dollar real estate transactions. read more >
Sonja Hubbard took the reins of E-Z Mart after the 1998 death of her father, Jim Yates, the company’s founder. She has learned to trust herself and her decisions. | (Photo by Martin Patterson)
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Update: E-Z Mart Sold to GPM Investments

GPM Investments LLC of Richmond, Virginia, announced Thursday that it has signed an agreement to acquire 272 convenience stores in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas from E-Z Mart Stores Inc. of Texarkana, Texas. read more >
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In Arkansas, Seven Campaigns Aim for Alcohol Sales

Five counties and two cities are collecting signatures in hopes that voters can decide in November whether to allow alcohol sales in their communities. read more >
Sonja Hubbard took the reins of E-Z Mart after the 1998 death of her father, Jim Yates, the company’s founder. She has learned to trust herself and her decisions. | (Photo by Martin Patterson)
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E-Z Mart Pursuing Upgrades to Stores, Products

Sonja Hubbard describes herself as a “fixer.” And as a fixer, the CEO of E-Z Mart Inc. is searching for just the right mix of products and services for the company’s 302 convenience stores. read more >
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Convenience Stores Head Up Energy List

Convenience stores still top the list of the state’s largest private companies in the energy sector, with one more added this year. This year, Flash Market Inc. of West Memphis, a convenience store chain and fuel retailer, remained at the top of the list. read more >