Tagged: Warren Stephens

Governor, Business Leaders Form New Innovation Council

Governor, Business Leaders Form New Innovation Council

Banking & FinanceHealth CareTechnology & TelecomTransportation

Key leaders from Arkansas businesses, research universities, philanthropic organizations and state agencies will form the new Arkansas Innovation Council at Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s request. read more >

Ten Arkansas Business Icons Have Stories to Tell

Ten Arkansas Business Icons Have Stories to Tell

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

Arkansas Business presents these ten Arkansas business icons as a way to acquaint readers with the personalities behind some of the most familiar names in our state’s business community. read more >

Tech Park Moving From Concept to Physical Reality

Tech Park Moving From Concept to Physical Reality

LegalTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Having recently cleared its last property acquisition hurdle for phase one of the $100 million project, the Little Rock Technology Park Authority board now has full architect renderings in hand. read more >

8 of Arkansas' Most Enduring Families

8 of Arkansas' Most Enduring Families

For generations these Arkansas families have made vital contributions to the state’s economic landscape, while also maintaining a commitment to giving back through numerous philanthropic endeavors. read more >

Stephens Interest in Newspapers Waning

Stephens Interest in Newspapers Waning

Stephens Media, the newspaper chain jointly owned by Warren Stephens and his cousins, Witt Stephens Jr. and Elizabeth Stephens Campbell, has been downsizing since a new CEO arrived last December. And last month, the Florida-based newspaper chain that Warren Stephens helped start in 2010 was sold in a $280 million deal that will close early next year. read more >

Metro Builders Property Weighs In at $3.8 Million (Real Deals)

Metro Builders Property Weighs In at $3.8 Million (Real Deals)

Real Deals

A commercial project in North Little Rock shifted ownership in a $3.8 million transaction. Dozens of lots in North Little Rock’s Villages of San Luis residential development were sold in combined transactions totaling $1.56 million. And a 17,234-SF nonprofit facility in midtown Little Rock tipped the scales at $1.35 million. read more >

Not ready for the new look? Disable it.