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The stage was set for some emerging themes at the March 9 Arkansas Business of the Year awards.
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Highlight Reel (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

A few themes emerged at the 34th Arkansas Business of the Year Awards. read more >
Longtime Little Rock businessman and community leader Sherman Tate accepts the Legacy of Leadership Award at the 34th Arkansas Business of the Year Awards.
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Tate, McReynolds, Head Honored at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

Arkansas Business Publishing Group of Little Rock presents the awards each year to recognize businesses, nonprofits and executives in Arkansas. read more >
As president of the Greater Little Rock Chapter of 100 Black Men of America, Sherman Tate mentors young black men in the area, teaching them about success, motivation, academics, respect and trust.
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Sherman Tate to Receive ‘Legacy of Leadership’ Award

He's made his mark in business, state government and in the Little Rock community. read more >
Robert Lercher, who couldn’t touch the plants without gloves, mimics peeling “sucker leaves” from immature plants
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Arkansas Pot Firms Feud, Pass Around The BlameLock Icon

The state’s largest medical marijuana merchant says Arkansas cultivators have blackballed his business, and he’s planning to sue, alleging they cut off sales after he lobbied for the state to license more growers. read more >
Storm Nolan, owner of River Valley Relief Cultivation, has a license to grow medical marijuana in a 25,000-SF section of warehouse in Fort Smith.  Only a lawsuit stands in his way.
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Room to Grow: State Adds New Cannabis Growers

The Arkansas medical marijuana system has cleared three new growers, but the existing five cultivators are suing. read more >
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Cannabis Supply Problem, Real or Not, Roils Industry as State Adds Licenses

As Arkansas’ medical marijuana industry blossoms, cultivators are pushing back against a narrative that short wholesale supplies have kept prices too high for some patients to buy. read more >
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Little Rock Club Looks at 50Lock Icon

In celebrating its history, the Little Rock Club is looking to ensure its future, and that future must embrace diversity, young people and families. read more >
Charles E. Scharlau, retired chairman, president and CEO at Southwestern Energy Co.; Thomas B. Schueck, chairman of Lexicon Inc.; Sherman E. Tate, president and CEO of Tate & Associates Management; and Gus M. Vratsinas, chairman of Bailey Construction and Consulting LLC

Walton College to Induct 4 into Business Hall of Fame

The Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas will honor four new inductees to its Arkansas Business Hall of Fame at an induction ceremony Friday evening in Little Rock. read more >
Sherman E. Tate • President & Chief Executive Officer, Tate & Associates Management

UA Business Hall of Fame 2017: Sherman E. Tate

Sherman Tate has stacked up a pretty good record of being “the first” at a number of things in his long career in business and government in Arkansas. But while breaking barriers was never something Tate shied away from, it wasn’t really his goal, either. read more >
Charles E. Scharlau, retired chairman, president and CEO at Southwestern Energy Co.; Thomas B. Schueck, chairman of Lexicon Inc.; Sherman E. Tate, president and CEO of Tate & Associates Management; and Gus M. Vratsinas, chairman of Bailey Construction and Consulting LLC
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Arkansas Business Hall of Fame Names 4 Inductees

The Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas this week announced four new inductees to its Arkansas Business Hall of Fame. read more >
Herman Lessard of the National Urban League, Gov. Asa Hutchsion, Sherman Tate and Ken Wade, both of the Urban League of the State of Arkansas, present the local organization's report. 
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Urban League Report Examines Hispanics, African Americans in Arkansas

The Urban League of the State of Arkansas releases its first yearly report examining the "State of African Americans and Hispanics in Arkansas." read more >