The U.S. Supreme Court makes a big change to trademark law, striking down a provision that precluded federal registration of trademarks that "consists of or comprises immoral, deceptive or scandalous matter." Here's a brief explanation of the history and process behind this decision. read more >
The Supreme Court has struck down a section of federal law that prevented officials from registering trademarks seen as scandalous or immoral, handing a victory Monday to California fashion brand FUCT. read more >
For the past few years, Kyle Lamb has been thinking outside the brown box — looking for a practical technology to let his packaging business print high-quality color images directly onto retail boxes.
Now Lamb, president of Lamb & Associates Packaging Inc. of Maumelle, is the proud owner of a multimillion-dollar Spanish-made press that can do just that. read more >
Olivia Farrell, the former CEO of Arkansas Business Publishing Group, accepted her honor of being chosen as the Rotary Club of Little Rock’s Business & Professional Leader of the Year by expanding on her successful fivefold business philosophy. read more >
The Northwest Arkansas Council’s new FareFlightNWA program makes the argument to travelers that flying out of Northwest Arkansas Airport might not be as terrible financially as it would seem. read more >
The Little Rock mutual health insurance company is still the state’s largest private company with revenue of $2.48 billion in 2018. However, the revenue figure was down — a little less than 2% — from $2.52 billion in 2017, ending a streak of at least 15 years of revenue growth. read more >
If it’s absolutely legal and ethical and in the state’s best interest for the Crime Lab to contract with a company owned by its assistant director, and if no bidding is necessary on the specific item being purchased, why pay extra for a middleman? read more >