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Inuvo Narrows Losses in Q4, Shares Fall

The company invested heavily in marketing programs to increase its exposure last year, which pushed annual operating expenses up 27.2%

Striking a Balance Between Innovation and Tradition With AI

Do the benefits outweigh the challenges and what are the future implications for both firms and their clients?

Uniti Posts $31M Profit in Q4, Sells Fiber Investments & Towers

Kenny Gunderman

Non-recurring revenue was lower in 2023 due in part to one-time, low-margin equipment sales, which the company has decided to largely exit in 2024.

US Economy Grew Solid 3.2% in Q4, a Slight Downgrade From Government’s Initial Estimate

U.S. growth has now topped 2% for six straight quarters, defying fears that high interest rates would tip the world’s largest economy into a recession.

Business Services / Media & Marketing / Public Companies / Technology

Inuvo Narrows Losses in Q4, Shares Fall

The company invested heavily in marketing programs to increase its exposure last year, which pushed annual operating expenses up 27.2% read more >
Kenny Gunderman
Business Services / Real Estate / Technology

Uniti Posts $31M Profit in Q4, Sells Fiber Investments & Towers

Non-recurring revenue was lower in 2023 due in part to one-time, low-margin equipment sales, which the company has decided to largely exit in 2024. read more >
Business Services / Manufacturing / Retail / Technology

UL Solutions Opens 100,000-SF Retail Product Lab in Lowell

The new lab aims to provide retailers with more dynamic and data-driven approaches to enhance product quality, performance and safety. read more >
Education / Media & Marketing / Nonprofits / Technology

University of the Ozarks Gets $2.2M Gift From Windgate Foundation

The gift will endow a current professorship position and allow the private liberal arts school in Clarksville to create a new graphic design curriculum. read more >
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Education / Government & Politics / Media & Marketing / Technology

Kids Are Using Phones In Class, Even When It’s Against The Rules. Should Schools Ban Them All Day?

The hold that phones have on adolescents in America today is well-documented, but teachers say parents are often not aware to what extent students use them inside the classroom. read more >
Banking & Finance / Energy / Industry / Manufacturing

Polk Stanley Wilcox Announces 5 Promotions (Movers & Shakers)

The promotions are across the Little Rock and Fayetteville offices. read more >
Business Services / Public Companies / Technology / Transportation

ArcBest Launches Line of Autonomous Forklifts, Reach Trucks

The robots have advanced cameras and sensors to navigate facilities, find specific pallets and then unload and load them. read more >
Government & Politics / Legal / Media & Marketing / Tourism

End the Madness (Editorial)

The internet’s decimation of local news has allowed lies and conspiracy theories to gain traction. read more >
Banking & Finance / Energy / Retail

2 Promoted at Conway Corp (Movers & Shakers)

Jeff Crownover will serve as telecommunications systems senior engineering tech, and Kody Miller chief plant officer of the Tupelo Bayou Wastewater Treatment Plant. read more >
Legal / Public Companies / Retail

$115M Trade Secrets Case Now Favors WalmartLock Icon

A federal judge has ordered a new trial in the trade secrets case against Walmart Inc. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Business Services / Education / Technology

U of A Researchers Get $5M for AI-Powered Food Supply Chain Platform

Cultivate IQ integrates sales and production data from across the farm-to-market supply chain to help plan and manage regional food supplies. read more >
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An Effective Cybersecurity Tool: Empowered Employees (Chris Wright Commentary)

Criminals don’t have to employ advanced tactics like AI-generated deepfakes to access companies’ systems because employees often unintentionally leave the doors open. read more >
Health Care / Media & Marketing / Nonprofits / Technology

New Donable App Addresses Blood Donation Crisis

Created by Our Blood Institute, the Donable app combines the gig economy with social networking to recruit more people to donate blood. read more >
Tourism

BroThrow CEO Brady Sharp on His New Business Model for Mobile Betting

He co-founded the subscription-based social sports betting app in 2019. read more >
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Where The Jobs Are: Strong Hiring in Most Industries Has Far Outpaced High-Profile Layoffs

Data provides compelling evidence that most companies, large and small, are confident enough in the economy to keep hiring. read more >
Construction / Real Estate / Technology

Rogers OKs 3D-Printed Housing Development, the First in Arkansas

The builder, Alquist 3D of Greeley, Colorado, uses robotic technology capable of constructing a 1,500-SF home in 30 hours.  read more >
Restaurants & Food / Small Business / Technology

Onyx Coffee Hires Michael Mahler as Chief Technology Officer

Mahler has been a consultant for Onyx since 2018, helping the specialty coffee brand explore new avenues of technology optimization.  read more >
Business Services / Nonprofits / Technology

Departing Acxiom CEO Chad Engelgau to Join Nonprofit Services Firm Innovairre

Acxiom announced earlier this month that Engelgau was stepping down after 17 years with the company but only hinted at his next destination. read more >
Education / Legal

Schools Are Using Surveillance Tech to Catch Students Vaping, Snaring Some With Harsh Punishments

Some districts pair the sensors with surveillance cameras. When activated by a vaping sensor, those cameras can capture every student leaving the bathroom. read more >
Government & Politics

AI Companies Will Need to Start Reporting Their Safety Tests to the US Government

Ben Buchanan, the White House special adviser on AI, said in an interview that the government wants "to know AI systems are safe before they’re released to the public — the president has been very clear that companies need to meet that bar.” read more >