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Arkansas Business, Greenhead Take Top National Awards

Contributing Editor Gwen Moritz took a gold prize for best scoop, and Mark Friedman and Kyle Massey won silver for best investigative reporting. read more >
The Arena District in downtown Columbus, Ohio.
Media & Marketing / Small Business / Tourism

Shop Talk (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Takeaways from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers’ annual conference, including a word from a Biden administration official on the rising inflation that threatens to derail the pandemic comeback. read more >

Awards Go to Arkansas Business, Greenhead

Arkansas Business Senior Editor Mark Friedman claimed gold for best body of work at the annual Alliance of Area Business Publications awards. read more >
Business Services / Manufacturing / Media & Marketing / Tourism

A Spring In Our Step (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Regular check-ins provide opportunities to develop the strengths of your best people and can build affinity between employers and employees. read more >
Energy / Investments / Manufacturing / Media & Marketing

Standard Lithium Bets Big on Arkansas (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

A global conglomerate born from the oil industry is, like other big companies, investing more money domestically in greener, more sustainable forms of energy. read more >
Gov. Mike Beebe and John Correnti at the Jan. 29, 2013, news conference announcing plans for a $1.1 billion steel mill in Mississippi County. 
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All the Right Moves (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Arkansas has made some good bets in Mississippi County and they continue to pay off. It’s worth remembering how improbable the biggest of those seemed. read more >
The 2020 edition of Greenhead magazine, which won the gold award in the "best ancillary magazine" category in the Alliance of Area Business Publishers' annual "Editorial and Design Excellence Competition."
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ABPG Wins 3 Gold Awards for News, Magazine

Arkansas Business Publishing Group of Little Rock wins three gold awards from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers' annual "Editorial and Design Excellence Competition." read more >
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A Vision for Arkansas (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

The same things that made Arkansas attractive to 20th century retirees can, in theory, make Arkansas attractive to 21st century workers who are now much more comfortable with the idea of working remotely. read more >
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Cautiously Optimistic (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

I participated in our Arkansas Business of the Year awards program on Wednesday and it was weird. I know it was weird because that was the word I kept hearing from other attendees. read more >

Video: Arkansas, Texas and Grid Challenges in Cold Weather

Arkansas Business energy reporter and Assistant Editor Kyle Massey talks to Lance Turner about how Arkansas avoided the catastrophic power failures that have dogged Texas amid historic winter weather. read more >
A shopper walks inside The Mall at Turtle Creek in Jonesboro.
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So Far Behind I Think I’m First (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

While I avoid public predictions, sticking with only observing what has actually happened, something that I thought would happen actually has happened. read more >

ABPG Wins 5 National Awards for Excellence

Arkansas Business' coverage of Walmart Inc.'s response to a spate of gun-related incidents in its stores and a former state senator's acknowledgement that he accepted bribes are recognized with gold awards from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers. read more >

Arkansas Business, Greenhead Honored with National AABP Awards

Arkansas Business and Greenhead magazine received awards for editorial excellence in 2018 at the Alliance of Area Business Publishers conference held in Atlanta last week. read more >
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Glass Half-Full (Editorial)

here’s some reason for cheer, and in time for Thanksgiving. 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 >
The arrow on this electric meter used by Tom Jacobs of DeWitt is pointing left to indicate that it's rolling backwards.
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics

Here Comes The Sun (Editorial)

We look forward to the day when solar energy — safe, clean and renewable — becomes a major source of power. That day’s not here yet, but it’s coming closer. read more >
Richard Freeland (center) of Ouachita Electric Cooperative Corp. looks over an energy audit with Rafal and Agnieszka Olan of 3e Ark.
Construction / Energy / Investments / Real Estate / Small Business

Too Good, But True (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

PAYS — Pay As You Save — finances energy-efficiency upgrades for OECC ratepayers and allows them to pay it back with the monthly savings that result from using less electricity. read more >
From left: Mark Friedman, Kyle Massey and Gwen Moritz.
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AABP Awards Honor Arkansas Business for Reporting, Commentary

Arkansas Business reporters Mark Friedman and Kyle Massey and Editor Gwen Moritz were recognized for work published in 2016 by the Alliance of Area Business Publishers, an international association of business journals. read more >
Pine Bluff Mayor Debe Hollingsworth says crumbling commercial buildings are a problem throughout the United States.
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The Latest Chance for Pine Bluff (Editorial)

Pine Bluff has never lacked for boosters, but there must be more than sentimental nostalgia for a once-great city to create real, sustainable growth. read more >