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Biden Vows to Block Japanese Acquisition of US Steel

“American-owned, American-operated by American union steelworkers — the best in the world — and that’s going to happen, I promise you,” he said.

Home BancShares Income Dips 2.8% in Q1

The results exceeded Wall Street expectations.

Bank OZK Income Up 3.4% in Q1, Extending Streak of Rising Profits

Loan growth has been strong, but the Little Rock lender is bracing for it to slow in the remaining three quarters of 2024.

Revenue, Profit Down at J.B. Hunt in Q1

J.B. Hunt Transport Services says its new segment for Final Mile Services is the largest final mile asset network in the U.S.

It is the sixth consecutive quarter J.B. Hunt has reported a decline in revenue and the fifth consecutive quarter it has reported a decline in income.

Public Companies / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

Biden Vows to Block Japanese Acquisition of US Steel

“American-owned, American-operated by American union steelworkers — the best in the world — and that’s going to happen, I promise you,” he said. read more >
Public Companies / Banking & Finance / Government & Politics

Home BancShares Income Dips 2.8% in Q1

The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. read more >
Public Companies / Banking & Finance

Bank OZK Income Up 3.4% in Q1, Extending Streak of Rising Profits

Loan growth has been strong, but the Little Rock lender is bracing for it to slow in the remaining three quarters of 2024. read more >
J.B. Hunt Transport Services says its new segment for Final Mile Services is the largest final mile asset network in the U.S.
Public Companies / Business Services / Transportation

Revenue, Profit Down at J.B. Hunt in Q1

It is the sixth consecutive quarter J.B. Hunt has reported a decline in revenue and the fifth consecutive quarter it has reported a decline in income. read more >
An electric arc furnace at Big River Steel’s Flex Mill near Osceola. Since the mill opened, it has provided hundreds of jobs and a big boost to the local economy.
Public Companies / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

US Steel Shareholders Approve Takeover by Japan’s Nippon Steel

The proposed transaction has raised concerns about what the sale could mean for unionized workers, supply chains and U.S. national security. read more >
William T. Dillard II
Public Companies / Retail

Total Compensation Falls for Dillard Family Members

CEO William Dillard II received a $3.6 million bonus in 2023, but his total compensation fell 44.9% to $12.45 million. read more >
Public Companies / Energy / Retail / Transportation

Murphy USA Chief’s Total Pay Was $10.6M in 2023

The company's 2023 proxy statement also revealed that four top executives under CEO Andrew Clyde earned total compensation above $1.5 million last year. read more >
Public Companies / Business Services

Montrose Acquires Ohio Engineering Consulting Firm

Engineering & Technical Associates Inc. of Walbridge, Ohio provides consulting and personnel recruiting services to the refining, chemical and nuclear industries. read more >
Tony Aquila • Executive Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Canoo Inc.
Public Companies / Manufacturing / Transportation

Canoo Narrows Q4 Losses, but Stock Plunges 32% on Uncertain Outlook

CEO Tony Aquila told investors that "the goal posts are wide right now because they have to be." read more >
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Visa, Mastercard Settle Long-Running Antitrust Suit Over Swipe Fees With Merchants

The deal would lower and cap the fees charged by Visa and Mastercard and allow small businesses to collectively bargain for rates with the payment processors in a similar way that the large merchants do on their own now. read more >
Public Companies / Legal / Restaurants & Food

Little Rock Starbucks is Second in Arkansas to Unionize

They join more than 410 Starbucks stores across the U.S. that have unionized since 2021. read more >
John Roberts III, the CEO and president of J.B. Hunt Transport Services in Lowell.
Public Companies / Transportation

No Bonuses for J.B. Hunt Executives in 2023

Outgoing CEO John Roberts was again the highest-paid executive at the trucking and logistics company. read more >
Public Companies / Agriculture & Poultry / Media & Marketing

Tyson Foods Isn’t Hiring Workers Who Came to the US Illegally, but Boycott Calls Persist

Conservative influencers and politicians are calling for a boycott of Tyson Foods after false claims spread online saying the multinational meat producer is planning to hire 52,000 people who came to the U.S. illegally. read more >
Cab chassis electric trucks wait for assembly with customizable back ends.
Public Companies / Transportation

Envirotech Lands 200-Vehicle Order, Its Biggest Ever

The deal to deliver high roof vans and trucks to Texas-based startup PlugD is valued at $16.2 million. read more >
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Canoo Stock Soars After Oklahoma Facility Gets Foreign-Trade Zone Designation

Meanwhile, questions remain about the electric vehicle maker's plans for northwest Arkansas. read more >
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Supreme Court Seems Favorable to Biden Administration Over Efforts to Combat Social Media Posts

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court seemed likely Monday to side with the Biden administration in a dispute with Republican-led states over how far the federal government can go to combat controversial social […] read more >
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Tyson’s New Logo, Incorporating the Old

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale has a newly hatched logo unifying “our history and our future,” the company said in a statement. read more >
Public Companies / Business Services / Transportation

ArcBest Reports Exec Pay, Schedules Supermajority Vote Change

CEO Judy McReynolds and other executives saw their compensation dip in 2023. read more >
Public Companies / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

Biden Comes Out in Opposition to Proposed Sale of US Steel to Japanese Company

The president said that it's "vital" for U.S. Steel, which is investing billions in northeast Arkansas, to "remain an American steel company that is domestically owned and operated." read more >
Phillip Oldridge, CEO and chairman of Envirotech Vehicles Inc., at the company's electric vehicle plant in Osceola in 2022.
Public Companies / Transportation

Envirotech Announces $4.3M in Vehicle Orders

The company said it has 43 vehicles on order from 19 customers participating in a New Jersey program that offers incentives for businesses to purchase new electric vehicles. read more >