Tagged: Arkansas Business

Will Fortune Favor the Future of News?

Will Fortune Favor the Future of News?

OuttakesTechnology & Telecom

Democrat-Gazette Publisher Walter Hussman has staked his paper’s future on readers taking the iPad path to daily news. That change in our reading habits have coincided with another sign of the apocalypse for daily papers, the $1.4 billion merger of America’s two largest newspaper chains, Gannett and GateHouse. read more >

Just My Luck (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Just My Luck (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionBanking & FinanceTechnology & TelecomEditor's Note

The vast majority of daily local newspapers are cash-starved — the first industry to starve to death when consumer demand for its product is at an all-time high. read more >

Nominate Now for the Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

Nominate Now for the Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportation

Arkansas Business is once again seeking nominations of the state's most outstanding businesses, business executives and nonprofit organizations for its Arkansas Business of the Year Awards. read more >

ABPG Wins 5 Awards for Excellence at AABP

ABPG Wins 5 Awards for Excellence at AABP

Arkansas Business, ArkansasBusiness.com and Greenhead magazine received five awards for editorial excellence in 2017 at the Alliance of Area Business Publishers conference held in Washington last week. read more >

The Soaring Cost of Dead Trees

The Soaring Cost of Dead Trees

Outtakes

The term "dead tree media" casts print publications as fading relics, as doomed in the digital age as the pulverized trees they’re printed on. And those dead trees are now costing publishers more. read more >

Pimples, Pints and Press: SPJ Showcases Ethics

Pimples, Pints and Press: SPJ Showcases Ethics

OuttakesLegalRestaurants & Food

Questions, thorny and serious, were fodder for fun and discussion for the Arkansas Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, who put their ethics to the test — along with their acting – in an exercise called What Would You Run? read more >

The Best of Times (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Best of Times (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionHealth CareEditor's Note

Possibly because they’ve been awash in material goods their whole lives, the millennials seem less materialistic, and I admire that. But in so many other ways, I’m grateful to have entered adulthood when I did and sympathetic to the millennials who blame us for handing them a raw deal. read more >

The Mean Girls’ Burn Book (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Mean Girls’ Burn Book (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionEditor's Note

I’m glad I finally watched “Mean Girls” before reading what Stephanie Harris wrote about Arkansas Business on Facebook last week. It bore a striking resemblance to the infamous “Burn Book,” in which the high school A-listers pasted photos and wrote hateful captions about classmates who dared to be imperfect. read more >

Innovate Arkansas' Top 10 Startup Tips from 2014

Innovate Arkansas' Top 10 Startup Tips from 2014

Technology & Telecom

What better place to look for advice on launching a startup venture than from those on the front lines? The state continues to produce talented entrepreneurs who are producing successful startups that are attracting investors and gaining traction in their respective markets. Many of them are clients of Innovate Arkansas. read more >