Icon (Close Menu)

Logout

Ronnie Dedman

Ronnie Dedman, president of AT&T Arkansas
Business Services / Public Companies

Ronnie Dedman Nears End of the Line at AT&T ArkansasLock Icon

After more than 45 years with the company, Dedman is ready to call it a career. read more >
Revolution CEO Sean Whiteley speaks Wednesday morning at an event announcing the company's plan to expand its plant at the Little Rock Port and create 60 jobs.

Revolution Announces $20M Expansion, Will Create 60 Jobs

Revolution of Little Rock, parent company of Delta Plastics of Little Rock, plans a $20 million, 36,000-SF expansion of its 100,000-SF manufacturing facility at the Little Rock Port. read more >
Education / Media & Marketing / Public Companies

AT&T Effort to Bring Higher-Speed Internet to Rural Arkansas

AT&T is doing its part to answer the call for more rural internet in the COVID-19 era, combining with the Federal Communications Commission to extend high-speed service to more than 41,000 rural homes and businesses in Arkansas. read more >
Small Business

Alleviant Health Centers to Expand Little Rock HQ, Create 115 Jobs

Alleviant Health Centers, which operates mental health clinics in six states, is expanding its headquarters in Little Rock and creating 115 jobs. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Banking & Finance / Business Services / Construction / Energy / Government & Politics / Health Care / Insurance / Investments / Legal / Manufacturing / Media & Marketing / Nonprofits / Public Companies / Real Estate / Restaurants & Food / Retail / Small Business / Tourism / Transportation

John Allison, Marcy Doderer Headline Arkansas Business Executive Leadership Academy

Emerging leaders from business, nonprofit and policy sectors can again learn from some of the most successful and recognizable names in Arkansas as part of the Arkansas Business Executive Leadership Academy. read more >
From top left and clockwise: Ronnie Dedman president of AT&T Arkansas; David Peacock, president of Hytrol Conveyor Co.; Laura Landreaux, president & CEO of Entergy Arkansas Inc.; and Dr. Cam Patterson, chancellor of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Education / Energy / Health Care / Manufacturing

ARA Names Four New Board Members

The Arkansas Research Alliance announced Tuesday the addition of four new board of trustees members: AT&T Arkansas President Ronnie Dedman; David Peacock, president of Hytrol Conveyor Co.; Laura Landreaux, president and CEO of Entergy Arkansas Inc.; and Dr. Cam Patterson, chancellor of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. read more >
Ronnie Dedman

AT&T Names New Arkansas President

AT&T announced Monday that Ronald (Ronnie) Dedman has been named president of AT&T Arkansas. He will lead all of the company's external, government and public affairs efforts in the state. read more >
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Legal / Manufacturing

Leslie Rutledge Launches Metal Theft Initiative

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge launched an initiative Thursday to deter Arkansas' persistent problem of metal theft through increased training and tracking. read more >