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Clinton House Museum Looks for Options

Clinton House Museum Looks for Options

The Clinton House Museum has 15 months to find a new funding model after the Fayetteville Advertising & Promotions Commission voted 6-0 to end its funding on the facility at the end of the year. read more >

COVID-19 Danger Continues to Drive Joblessness in US

COVID-19 Danger Continues to Drive Joblessness in US

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The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell last week to 860,000, a historically high number of people that illustrates the broad economic damage still taking place nine months after the first case of COVID-19 was detected in the U.S. read more >

Little Rock A&P Tax Collections Plunge

Little Rock A&P Tax Collections Plunge

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By now you’ve heard that the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau has cut 39 positions — 35 full time and four part time. A look at the accompanying chart will give you a good idea why. read more >

Central Arkansas Population Stands at 750,000

Central Arkansas Population Stands at 750,000

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The Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area now has a population of about 750,000, according to a report by Metroplan, the planning agency for Faulkner, Lonoke, Pulaski and Saline counties. read more >

The 2020 20 In Their 20's: The Future Looks Bright From Here

The 2020 20 In Their 20's: The Future Looks Bright From Here

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From Rogers to Jonesboro to Benton and McCrory, there is bright young talent across our state. For the 11th year, Arkansas Business is proud to introduce 20 of the freshest faces in business and community service. read more >

Economic Recovery Stalls As Consumers Signal Caution

Economic Recovery Stalls As Consumers Signal Caution

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Consumer spending accounts for about 70% of the U.S. gross domestic product, making it the single most important factor in recovering from one of the worst recessions on record. Spending plunged an unprecedented 12.9% in April, as stores and restaurants across the country closed and consumers sheltered at home. read more >