Tagged: Northwest Arkansas

Encore Bank Set to Make Northwest Move

Encore Bank Set to Make Northwest Move

Banking & Finance

From its Little Rock headquarters to Jonesboro and now Rogers, Encore Bank is in the process of establishing a northwest Arkansas office on the eighth floor of the Hunt Tower at 5100 W. J.B. Hunt Drive. read more >

Road Tax Proponents Already Revving Up

Road Tax Proponents Already Revving Up

Transportation

A constitutional amendment to make a half-cent sales tax permanent goes before Arkansas voters on Nov. 3. Those in favor of the amendment, which would dedicate the tax revenue to the state highway fund, are already out beating the bushes to drum up support. read more >

Four to Join Arkansas Business Hall of Fame

Four to Join Arkansas Business Hall of Fame

Banking & FinanceArkansas Business Hall of Fame

Four business leaders who have made contributions to the banking, construction, publishing and real estate industries will be inducted tonight into the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame. read more >

Plug & Play Celebrates First Success

Plug & Play Celebrates First Success

Technology & TelecomTransportation

The partnership between the innovation platform Plug & Play Tech Center of Sunnyvale, California, and the Fortune 500 companies of northwest Arkansas is already paying off. read more >

UA Waste Fighters Spin Sawdust Into Gold

UA Waste Fighters Spin Sawdust Into Gold

Cover Story

The increasing popularity of cross-laminated timber as a building material has an Arkansas professor working on ways to transform a waste byproduct of CLT production into a construction material itself. read more >

Options on Table for Spring Street Grill

Options on Table for Spring Street Grill

WhispersRestaurants & Food

Spring Street Grill & Catering, located just north of Emma Avenue on Spring Street — and just a hop, skip and a jump from the new offices of Tyson Foods Inc. — was sold for $695,000 by owner Bill Palkowsky. read more >

ArcBest Corp. Reports 4Q Loss of $5.5M

ArcBest Corp. Reports 4Q Loss of $5.5M

Transportation

ArcBest Corp. of Fort Smith on Thursday reported it lost $5.5 million in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2019, compared to the $15.3 million profit it reported a year ago. read more >