Tagged: Elizabeth Stephens Campbell

State’s Financial Firms Add Assets Under Management

State’s Financial Firms Add Assets Under Management

Business ListBanking & Finance

While two registered investment advisory firms associated with Stephens Inc. of Little Rock remain firmly atop the annual list of the state’s largest money managers, even the second-tier firms are posting impressive new totals of assets under management. read more >

List of Top Stockholders in Arkansas Sees Retailers' Stock Fortunes Plummet

List of Top Stockholders in Arkansas Sees Retailers' Stock Fortunes Plummet

Business ListBanking & FinanceTechnology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

The Waltons are in no danger of losing the top spot on Arkansas Business’ annual list of the state’s top stockholders, with $99 billion in just those stock holdings that they are required to disclose publicly under U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission regulations. read more >

Landers Dealership Properties Add Up to $17.8M (Real Deals)

Landers Dealership Properties Add Up to $17.8M (Real Deals)

Real DealsTransportation

The sale of auto properties in west Little Rock weighed in at a combined $17.8 million. The sale of a 44,337-SF hangar at Clinton National Airport tipped the scales at more than $8.2 million. And a former USA Drug project in west Little Rock is under new ownership after a $1.95 million sale. read more >

Stephens Interest in Newspapers Waning

Stephens Interest in Newspapers Waning

Stephens Media, the newspaper chain jointly owned by Warren Stephens and his cousins, Witt Stephens Jr. and Elizabeth Stephens Campbell, has been downsizing since a new CEO arrived last December. And last month, the Florida-based newspaper chain that Warren Stephens helped start in 2010 was sold in a $280 million deal that will close early next year. read more >

Dillard’s Pay To Stephens’ Firms Up 16.7%

Dillard’s Pay To Stephens’ Firms Up 16.7%

Outtakes

Dillard’s Inc. paid $4.1 million for advertising to media companies associated with Warren Stephens of Little Rock for its fiscal year that ended Feb. 2, an increase of 16.7 percent over the previous year. read more >