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Biggest Scoops (40 Years of Arkansas Business)

A scoop is a story so important that other news organizations are forced to follow. Here are some of our biggest. read more >
ABPG isn't an easy name to spell out over the phone, but it now officially belongs to the company that owns Arkansas Business Publishing Group.
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War Stories (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

This reporting staff has seen a lot of Arkansas business history. read more >
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Farther Along (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

Oh, to have the power to subpoena people who could answer my burning questions and then force them to speak under oath! Some of the questions I still want answered date back a decade and more: read more >
After a five-day search of Petit Jean Mountain failed to find any evidence of Glasgow's whereabouts, family and volunteers continued spreading the word of his disappearance.
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10 Years Later, Investigation of Glasgow Disapperance ‘Still Open and Ongoing’Lock Icon

The 10th anniversary late last month of the disappearance of Little Rock construction executive John Glasgow prompted Whispers to make a Freedom of Information Act request for the Little Rock Police Department’s investigative file. read more >
Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in "The Post"
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Governed Vs. Governors (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

At a time when the free press is attacked daily by a man whose oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States seems as sacred as his marriage vows, the story of newspapers taking existential risks to tell the truth worked on me like a tonic. read more >
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Roger Glasgow Memoir Offers ‘Down and Dirty’ Details

Little Rock attorney Roger Glasgow has been in the news in recent years, defending nursing homes and Victoria’s Secret. Most tragically, he was the family spokesman in the disappearance and still unexplained death of his brother, construction executive John Glasgow. read more >
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Death Cause of John Glasgow Expected This Week

The cause of death of a Little Rock businessman whose skeletal remains were found on Petit Jean Mountain is expected to be released to law enforcement this week. read more >
John Glasgow's brother, Roger Glasgow, and his widow, Melinda, at a news conference in Little Rock.

John Glasgow’s Brother: ‘I Think It Was Foul Play’

The family of John Glasgow holds a news conference on the discovery of Glasgow's remains on Petit Jean Mountain in Conway County. read more >
John Glasgow was last seen leaving his Little Rock home early on the morning of Monday, Jan. 28, 2008. A tourist's photo showed that by that afternoon his SUV was parked outside the Mather Lodge at Petit Jean State Park. 

Sheriff Confirms Petit Jean Remains Are Those of John Glasgow

Human remains found Wednesday in Petit Jean State Park are those of missing Little Rock construction executive John Glasgow, Conway County Sheriff Mike Smith confirmed to Arkansas Business early Thursday afternoon. read more >
Petit Jean Mountain in Conway County

Update: Hikers Find Human Remains on Petit Jean Mountain

Sheriff confirms that only missing person case in the area is that of Little Rock construction executive John Glasgow, missing since January 2008. read more >
(Photos courtesy Arkansas Department of Correction)
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Jonathan Brawner, Mastermind of One Failed Kidnapping, Claims He Hid John Glasgow’s Body

Jon Brawner masterminded the early morning kidnapping of a businessman with the intention of forcing him to transfer money from his company to offshore accounts. But things went wrong — fatally so. This is not the story of John Glasgow, although Brawner now claims to have helped bury the body of the construction executive who vanished four years ago after leaving his Little Rock home before dawn. read more >
Starbucks on Kavanaugh Boulevard in Little Rock is one of the places displaying a flier seeking missing CDI Contractors executive John Glasgow. (Photo by Michael Pirnique)
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John Glasgow to Dillard’s: ‘Call Off the Dogs’

The relationship between the management of CDI Contractors LLC of Little Rock and half-owner Dillard’s Inc. was under tremendous stress in the days before CDI’s chief financial officer disappeared on Jan. 28. read more >
Glasgow enjoyed travel, including family ski trips and visits to Scotland, Ireland and the Galapagos Islands.
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5 Years Later, John Glasgow’s Disappearance Still Unexplained

The last time Jan. 28 fell on a Monday, the chief financial officer of one of the state’s largest construction companies left home early in the morning and vanished. read more >
Clockwise from top left: Mr. Dunderbak's makes its return to McCain Mall, Arkansas Children's Hospital makes grand plans, Gus Malzahn returns to Auburn from a one-year stint at Arkansas State, Jon Brawner thought it was wild goose season and Oxford American makes some changes in its masthead.
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Arkansas Business: The Best & Worst News of 2012

There was good news and there was bad news in Arkansas in 2012. And in case you’ve forgotten the details, the Arkansas Business staff is here to remind you. read more >
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Arkansas Business: Best Quotes of 2012

From John L. Smith’s pep talk to reporters to U.S. District Judge Bill Wilson’s withering remarks to out-of-line prosecutors, they said it all in 2012. read more >
Between 2008 and 2011, an estimated 2.65 million people, or 2.6 percent of U.S. pay TV subscribers, cut their TV subscriptions to rely solely on online content or watch broadcast television with the use of an antenna.
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Cable Cutters, Election Fraud and John Glasgow: Arkansas Business’ Top Read Online Stories in 2012

A July story on how some Arkansans are ditching pay-television for online services like Netflix and Hulu is ArkansasBusiness.com’s most-read story of the year, according to traffic numbers from Jan. 1 to Dec. 17. read more >