Tagged: Whispers

Saracen Credit Ratings Go Up

Saracen Credit Ratings Go Up

WhispersRestaurants & Food

Moody upgraded Saracen’s corporate family rating and $285 million senior secured notes due in 2025 to B3 from Caa1. read more >

Special Administrator Named in Cauley Case

Special Administrator Named in Cauley Case

WhispersLegal

The feds filed a lawsuit against the estate of S. Gene Cauley in U.S. District Court in Hot Springs and needed someone to be named as a special administrator of the estate to be served with the paperwork. read more >

Full Occupancy Casts Victory Over Doubt

Full Occupancy Casts Victory Over Doubt

WhispersRestaurants & Food

At 20 years old, the Victory Building at 1401 W. Capitol Ave. in Little Rock has lived up to its name, at least in the view of its owner, the Arkansas Teacher Retirement System. read more >

UA Cashing In for Computer Chips

UA Cashing In for Computer Chips

WhispersTechnology & Telecom

The University of Arkansas has been awarded another one-year, $5.4 million grant to equip its semiconductor fabrication center. read more >

Rush Harding Cruises to Bank OZK

Rush Harding Cruises to Bank OZK

WhispersBanking & Finance

Rush Harding, a name long synonymous with the Crews & Associates bond brokerage in Little Rock that is owned by First Security Bancorp of Searcy, is now working for Bank OZK. read more >

Today's Power Ready to Run on $23M

Today's Power Ready to Run on $23M

Whispers

The incoming CEO of Today’s Power Inc, attorney Derek Dyson, will have some extra cash — $23.35 million — to apply to his initiatives after he takes over Jan. 1. read more >

Changing Lanes May Have Led to Scott Street Exit

Changing Lanes May Have Led to Scott Street Exit

WhispersHealth Care

When Arkansas Business looked last week into why a previously successful and generally well-liked hospital administrator could have been ousted in El Dorado, it didn’t take long to find defenders of Scott Street. read more >

Arkansas Children’s Vaccinations ‘A Continued Drumbeat’

Arkansas Children’s Vaccinations ‘A Continued Drumbeat’

WhispersHealth Care

Back in the summer, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, the state’s pediatric health system that includes Arkansas Children’s Northwest in Springdale, announced that it was requiring all medical staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 30, last Thursday, as a condition of employment. read more >

$86.2M Judgment Awarded in Park Plaza Foreclosure

$86.2M Judgment Awarded in Park Plaza Foreclosure

WhispersBanking & FinanceLegal

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Alice Gray awarded an $86.2 million judgment plus interest from July 1 to Deutsche Bank Trust Co. Americas against Park Plaza Mall CMBS LLC of Chattanooga, Tennessee. read more >