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The Wellington at Chenal Sells for $23.6MLock Icon

A mixed bag of residential and commercial properties in this week's million-dollar deals and construction. read more >
Carl Rosenbaum will be honored at a reception on Oct. 21.
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Safe Foods’ Rosenbaum Recognized by UA (Movers & Shakers)

Carl Rosenbaum, co-founder of Safe Foods Corp. of North Little Rock, has been named to receive the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s 11th annual James H. Fribourgh Award, which honors individuals who have made contributions to the state of Arkansas through mathematics and science. read more >
A crowd gathered Thursday to cut the ribbon for the grand opening of Safe Foods Corp.'s new headquarters in North Little Rock.

PSSI to Acquire Safe Foods Corp.

PSSI of Kieler, Wisconsin, says it signed a deal to purchase Safe Foods Corp. of North Little Rock, which will remain an "independent subsidiary" within the company. read more >
Blake Broadaway of Safe Foods Corp. in North Little Rock.
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Broadaway Moves Forward at Safe Foods (Movers & Shakers)

Blake Broadaway has been promoted to the newly created role of chief commercial officer at Safe Foods Corp. in North Little Rock. read more >
Safe Foods opened its new $15 million headquarters last October inside the area outlined in blue. Its new warehouse sits inside the are outlined in yellow. (Parcel dimensions approximate)
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Amazon Acreage Yields $3.2M Transaction (Real Deals)Lock Icon

Amazon.com Services Inc. of Seattle bought the 81.78-acre tract on the southern edge of the Little Rock Port Industrial Park from the city of Little Rock. read more >
Safe Foods opened its new $15 million headquarters last October inside the area outlined in blue. Its new warehouse sits inside the are outlined in yellow. (Parcel dimensions approximate)
Real Estate / Restaurants & Food

Safe Foods Gains Safe Storage SpaceLock Icon

Safe Foods Corp. is expanding its North Little Rock operation after a $1.1 million transaction. read more >
North Little Rock businessman Norman Clifton brings a salvager’s mindset to his real estate investing.
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Norman Clifton Mines Property for Hidden ValueLock Icon

From battered autos to bruised real estate, North Little Rock businessman Norman Clifton has made a lifelong career out of the reclamation business. read more >
Safe Foods Corp. officials and local leaders cut the ribbon to celebrate the grand opening of the company's new headquarters in North Little Rock.
Restaurants & Food

Safe Foods Shows Off New $15M Headquarters

Safe Foods Corp. of North Little Rock marks the grand opening of its new $15 million, 120,000-SF headquarters on 22 acres at 1501 E 8th St. read more >
Bruce Smith
Restaurants & Food / Transportation

Safe Foods President Bruce Smith Announces His Retirement

Safe Foods Corp. President Bruce Smith has announced his retirement after 18 years of serving on the company’s executive team. read more >
From left, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross; Orlando Pagan, director of business development and Latin America for Safe Foods; Beatrice Maingi, senior manager of Regulatory Affairs for Safe Foods; U.S. Rep. French Hill, R-Arkansas; and Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Gilbert Kaplan.
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Safe Foods Gets National Award for Export Work

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross presents Safe Foods Corp. of North Little Rock with the President’s "E" Award for Exports at a ceremony in Washington. read more >
Jake Redman of Scale Technology
Business Services / Media & Marketing

Jake Redman Goes to Work for Scale (Movers & Shakers)

Jake Redman has been hired as chief information officer at Scale Technology of Little Rock. read more >
David Fortune
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Safe Foods Subsidiary Names David Fortune its VP

La Petite Roche Technologies, a subsidiary of Safe Foods Corp. in North Little Rock, has hired David Fortune to serve as its vice president. read more >
Kelly Conley of Safe Foods Corp.
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Kelly Conley Reaches CFO at Safe Foods (Movers & Shakers)

Kelly Conley has been promoted to chief financial officer at Safe Foods Corp. in North Little Rock. read more >
Asa Hutchinson
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Governor Honors Trade Excellence Among Arkansas Firms

Gov. Asa Hutchinson hosts the ninth annual Governor's Awards for Excellence in Global Trade. read more >
Slaton Fry and Kelly Conley of Safe Foods Corp.
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Safe Foods Locks Up 3 New Hires (Movers & Shakers)

Slaton Fry has been hired as chief operating officer for Safe Foods Corp. in North Little Rock. Kelly Conley has been hired as director of finance, and Todd Coleman has been hired as director of research and development. read more >
Chris Coleman
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Safe Foods to Expand, Add 35 Jobs by 2019

Safe Foods Corp. of North Little Rock says it will spend $15 million for a new facility and add 35 jobs by the first quarter of 2019. read more >
Douglas Hutchings, CEO of PicaSolar, a Fayetteville innovator in solar panel technology. PicaSolar took the top prize in the graduate division at the Governor’s Cup in 2013. The startup now has additional funding and nine employees.
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Startups and More Bubble Up from Governor’s CupLock Icon

Over nearly two decades of the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup competition, just over $2 million in prize money has been given to teams of college students with entrepreneurship ideas deemed promising by competition judges. read more >
Dr. Nancy Gray is the head of UAMS BioVentures, which does technology licensing and is an incubator for start-up companies that do medical research.
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UAMS BioVentures Providing Business Guidance

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences BioVentures was launched more than a decade ago to combine research at UAMS with entrepreneurship, technology licensing and economic development. BioVentures has since spun off 22 companies using technologies developed at the campus. read more >
Government & Politics

GOP Gubernatorial Candidates Clash in Debate

Republican gubernatorial hopeful Asa Hutchinson called rival Curtis Coleman's vow to resist some deployments of the Arkansas National Guard "inflammatory rhetoric" as the two squared off in a debate on Saturday. read more >
Government & Politics

Curtis Coleman to Form Gubernatorial Exploratory Panel

Republican businessman Curtis Coleman says he intends to file paperwork to form an exploratory committee for a possible run for Arkansas governor. Coleman said Monday that he planned to file the paperwork later in the week. read more >