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Meta and Lego Family Make Deal for Arkansas Sun Power

Meta, one of the nation’s largest corporate users of renewable energy, agreed to buy 330 megawatts of power from the Arkansas project and from two solar fields in Illinois. read more >
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Markets 2021: Stocks Soar, IPOs Explode, Crypto Goes Wild

While many industries have yet to fully bounce back, the gradual reopening of the economy ushered in a swell of demand. read more >
Randi Zuckerberg
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Randi Zuckerberg Headlines Soirée Women’s Leadership Symposium

The Soirée Women's Leadership Symposium returns Thursday, April 29, with Zuckerberg Media CEO Randi Zuckerberg as a keynote speaker. read more >
Media & Marketing

Arkansas Joins With States in Antitrust Action Against Facebook

Federal regulators sue Facebook, seeking forced divestment of its Instagram and WhatsApp messaging services. In a separate case, 48 states and districts, including Arkansas, accused the company of abusing its market power. read more >
Media & Marketing / Small Business

Steps For Small Businesses Worried By Facebook Scandal

Small business owners who use Facebook to promote their services and reach customers may now be wondering how to reassure people and protect themselves amid the social network's most serious privacy scandal. read more >
Tyson Foods Inc. Chairman John Tyson ranked No. 1 among executives at Arkansas’ publicly traded companies who used corporate jets for personal trips. President and CEO Tom Hayes ranked No. 3.
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In Personal Use of Company Jets, Tyson SoarsLock Icon

Arkansas Business reviewed proxy documents from 17 publicly traded companies based in Arkansas to report on those that offer executives the perk of using the company jet for personal trips. read more >