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Biggest Deals Down 74% in ’22Lock Icon

The state’s mergers and acquisitions market mirrored the global market, which also saw a significant decline. read more >
Doug Hendrix, left, and his brother David Hendrix own Summerwood Partners LLC of Bryant, which owns convenience store chain Big Red and this year ranked No. 5 for revenue growth among the largest private companies in Arkansas.
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2021: A Good Year for Big Private CompaniesLock Icon

For most of the businesses on this year’s list of Arkansas’ 75 largest private companies, top-line revenue in 2021 was significantly better than in 2019, before any of us had heard of COVID-19. read more >
The Toro Company Chairman and Founder Rick Olson, behind the podium, speaks at an event in Batesville on April 21 celebrating the company's acquisition of Intimidator Group. Behind him, in a white shirt, is Intimidator Group founder Robert Foster.
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New Owner The Toro Company To Invest $50M in Intimidator Group

The Minnesota-based lawnmower maker says it wants to double business at its newly-acquired company in Batesville. read more >
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Toro Acquires Intimidator Group of Batesville for $400M

The deal adds a well-known line of zero-turn professional mowers to Toro's portfolio. read more >