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Solar Jobs on the Line, Insiders Fear

Solar Jobs on the Line, Insiders Fear

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With the coronavirus pandemic wreaking economic havoc, former Lt. Gov. Bill Halter fears a long-awaited state ruling on solar power policy could threaten $125 million in projects by his firm alone. read more >

Arkansas Banks Ready for Opportunity Amid Chaos

Arkansas Banks Ready for Opportunity Amid Chaos

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The three publicly traded financial companies headquartered in Arkansas were jolted last month by the global market uncertainty, but executives are looking past the daily market prices to the future opportunities that could shake out of the coronavirus pandemic. read more >

After 43 Years, RAO Video Nears 'The End'

After 43 Years, RAO Video Nears 'The End'

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RAO Video, a 43-year fixture on Main Street in Little Rock, is going down as one of the first and last outlets in an American industry driven and eventually killed by technology. read more >

Preston: Arkansas Ready to Serve Employers, Workers

Preston: Arkansas Ready to Serve Employers, Workers

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Arkansas Commerce Secretary Mike Preston says the COVID-19 pandemic is an “unprecedented” challenge to the state’s economy, but the state is in a good position to cushion the blow to businesses and employees. read more >

A Woman's Place: Cannabis Industry Promotes Female Ownership

A Woman's Place: Cannabis Industry Promotes Female Ownership

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Feminine hands are everywhere in the medical marijuana and hemp industries, up and running in the state for less than a year. Their roles range from co-owning $10 million cultivation centers to staffing dispensary counters as budtenders. read more >

Women Helping Women: NWA Groups Are Networking

Women Helping Women: NWA Groups Are Networking

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Woman-Run, an initiative that brings together business leaders and prospective businesswomen for networking and informative events, is but just one channel in a growing network of female professionals. read more >

Eureka Springs Puts Entertainment District to Test

Eureka Springs Puts Entertainment District to Test

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Eureka Springs officials don’t expect many problems from the town’s implementation of an “entertainment district,” but they are also reserving the right to pull the plug if the experiment goes awry. read more >

New Hotels Chase Room Revenue Growth

New Hotels Chase Room Revenue Growth

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The pulse of the Little Rock-North Little Rock hotel market is beating stronger than those of many hospitality markets around the nation, according to data compiled by a leading industry observer. read more >