Tagged: U.s. Small Business Administration

SBA Loans in Arkansas at $214M, Up 5 Percent

SBA Loans in Arkansas at $214M, Up 5 Percent

Banking & Finance

The U.S. Small Business Administration said Monday that it approved more than $214 million in loans to Arkansas small businesses for fiscal year 2018, up 5 percent from the previous year. read more >

SBA's Edward Haddock Gives Big Reasons to Think Small

SBA's Edward Haddock Gives Big Reasons to Think Small

Banking & FinanceLegalExecutive Q&A

As director of the Arkansas District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Edward Haddock is responsible for all SBA programs and services as well as coordination among the SBA, the district’s Small Business Development Centers, SCORE chapters and the Women’s Business Center throughout the state. read more >

Presumed Innocent (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Presumed Innocent (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionBanking & FinanceLegalEditor's Note

While I firmly believe in the presumption of innocence, I used to also assume that the awesome power of the government — especially the federal government — is never wielded cavalierly. The John Stacks case has challenged that assumption at every turn. read more >

Rock Town Distillery Reports Jump In 2016 Sales

Rock Town Distillery Reports Jump In 2016 Sales

Restaurants & Food

Phil Brandon has come far since 2010, the year he opened the state’s first legal distillery since Prohibition. Rock Town Distillery’s sales in the first four months of 2016 are up 67 percent compared with 2015. read more >

SBA Awards Honor Local Companies

SBA Awards Honor Local Companies

The U.S. Small Business Administration has named Gina and Wade Radke, owners of Galley Support Innovations of Sherwood, as the 2016 Arkansas Small Business Persons of the Year. read more >

New Owners Leave Lindsey’s Resort in Familiar Hands

New Owners Leave Lindsey’s Resort in Familiar Hands

Banking & FinanceRestaurants & FoodCover Story

Lindsey’s Resort has a fresh start after foreclosure last March completely shut down the quaint attraction on the Little Red River at Heber Springs, just as the resort was marking its 50th anniversary. read more >

FAA Delay Costing Little Rock's ArkUAV Firm

FAA Delay Costing Little Rock's ArkUAV Firm

Transportation

The FAA Reform & Reauthorization Act of 2012 required the Federal Aviation Administration to integrate unmanned aircraft systems — drones — into U.S. airspace by 2015, but that deadline has come and gone and the agency still hasn’t issued clear and final rules regarding commercial drones. read more >

Plenty of Artists Expected in Bentonville's New Foxhole

Plenty of Artists Expected in Bentonville's New Foxhole

WhispersRestaurants & Food

Fayetteville photographer Kat Wilson and Emily Lawson are opening a new coffee shop/bar, the Foxhole, on the first floor of the new Thrive Building, a residential complex on A Street in downtown Bentonville, in what’s being called the city’s Arts District. read more >