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Mary Ward

Companies like First Orion Corp. of North Little Rock are rethinking office environments, amenities and employee schedules.
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Remaking The Office, Workers Hold KeysLock Icon

Flexibility essential as employers make perks permanent. read more >
Health Care

Arkansas Research Alliance Announces 6 New Board Members

The new members represent health care, technology, energy and education sectors. read more >
Jerry Jones, executive vice president and chief ethics and legal officer of LiveRamp, says Acxiom “benefited from an incredible group of people” in Arkansas. “We expect to be able to do the same with our colleagues who are now within the corporate structure of LiveRamp.”
Public Companies

Acxiom Corp. May Be Gone, But Workers Remain in Arkansas

Arkansas lost a public company but didn’t lose jobs when Acxiom Corp. sold its largest business unit, Acxiom Marketing Solutions, for $2.3 billion to the Interpublic Group of Cos. Inc. of New York. read more >