Tagged: Agriculture

Tax Fighters Take Aim at Arkansas Income Levy

Tax Fighters Take Aim at Arkansas Income Levy

LegalRestaurants & FoodTransportation

If Arkansas politicians succeed in a push to abolish the state personal income tax, partly to avoid losing ultra-wealthy residents, the state must reckon with what it will give up: $3 billion a year in revenue. read more >

Rockefeller Groups Live Up to Rich Name

Rockefeller Groups Live Up to Rich Name

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Almost 50 years after Winthrop Rockefeller died, the three nonprofits seeded by his fortune are evolving their missions for doing good in Arkansas, the nation and the world read more >

Davis Takes New Role at USDA (Movers & Shakers)

Davis Takes New Role at USDA (Movers & Shakers)

Movers & Shakers

Kanika Davis, a graduate of Pine Bluff High School and the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, was recently named a national outreach specialist by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency. read more >

How Green Is Money? Ask L’Oréal, and Halter

How Green Is Money? Ask L’Oréal, and Halter

Banking & FinanceHealth Care

Bill Halter is hardly the face of Maybelline, but he’s looking good in the wake of L’Oréal USA’s announcement last month that it has reached carbon-neutral operations in the United States. read more >

Petit Jean Bank Adds 5 to Board (Movers & Shakers)

Petit Jean Bank Adds 5 to Board (Movers & Shakers)

Banking & FinanceHealth CareTransportationMovers & Shakers

Brandi Cooper, Neil Corder, Karen Cree, Rich Moellers and Brandon Zinser have joined the board of directors of Petit Jean Bancshares Inc. of Morrilton and Petit Jean State Bank. read more >

Impact Investors Look to Do Well While Doing Good

Impact Investors Look to Do Well While Doing Good

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Impact investing, which offers returns and an opportunity to make a difference, is gaining ground in Arkansas as younger people, businesses and academics embrace the concept that money can do more than just make more money. read more >