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Mac Hogan personally guaranteed a $900,000 loan made to John Rogers from Bank of Little Rock. Rogers used the loan to set up a phantom company and funnel the funds to himself.
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Legal

Financial Consultant Sued Over Fake Loan Taken by John RogersLock Icon

A 5-year-old fraud committed by memorabilia maven John Rogers of North Little Rock has given rise to a new lawsuit. read more >
Banking & Finance / Investments / Legal / Media & Marketing / Retail

House of Cards: How John Rogers Bilked Banks, Conned CollectorsLock Icon

Not many people know that John Rogers was a millionaire real estate investor before he began serious work building his sports memorabilia and photo empire in North Little Rock. That’s because he wasn’t. It’s a big, fat lie. read more >
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Banking & Finance / Nonprofits

Banker, Civic Leader George Worthen Dies at 71

George Gordon Worthen, president of the Bank of Little Rock, a community leader and a member of a prominent Little Rock family, died Sunday at his Little Rock home. He was 71. read more >