Tagged: Mike Preston

Staying 'Prayerful' (Editorial)

Staying 'Prayerful' (Editorial)

Opinion

President Trump may think that “trade wars are good, and easy to win,” but St. Francis County workers need jobs and Arkansas farmers, the top rice producers in the world, would love to ship their rice to China. Agriculture is, after all, the state’s biggest industry. read more >

Arkansas Competing for 2 USDA Offices, 700 Jobs

Arkansas Competing for 2 USDA Offices, 700 Jobs

Arkansas is one of 35 states still being considered as a potential new home for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service office and National Institute of Food & Agriculture office. Both are moving from Washington, D.C. read more >

Governor, Business Leaders Form New Innovation Council

Governor, Business Leaders Form New Innovation Council

Banking & FinanceHealth CareTechnology & TelecomTransportation

Key leaders from Arkansas businesses, research universities, philanthropic organizations and state agencies will form the new Arkansas Innovation Council at Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s request. read more >

Art of Wine VIP Party

Art of Wine VIP Party

Anne and Mike Preston were in the spotlight at this VIP event held as a prelude to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Breath of Life gala. The gala co-chairs were honored at this night full of fine wine, hors d'oeuvres from Copper Grill and a silent auction, all hosted by Barbara and James Freeman. read more >

Entergy Arkansas Juices Economic Development

Entergy Arkansas Juices Economic Development

Technology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

Entergy, which serves over 700,000 electric customers in Arkansas, has long been an engine of economic development, a gene present in the company’s DNA since its birth more than a century ago. read more >

Gas Pos Relocates to NLR, Will Create 30 Jobs

Gas Pos Relocates to NLR, Will Create 30 Jobs

Banking & FinanceTechnology & TelecomTransportation

Gas Pos announced Thursday that it has relocated its headquarters to North Little Rock from Birmingham, Alabama, and will create 30 high-paying technology jobs. read more >