Arkansas Business Weekly Edition

November 12, 2018

Arkansas Nuclear One Emerges from Regulatory Purgatory This article is available only in print.

Arkansas Nuclear One Emerges from Regulatory Purgatory
Corey S. Krasko

Rich Anderson was comfortably in retirement when Entergy Arkansas came calling, looking for help steering Nuclear One back to good graces. read more >

Entergy Arkansas Juices Economic Development This article is available only in print.

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 >

Central Arkansas Water Increases Its Holdings in Lake Maumelle Watershed This article is available only in print.

Central Arkansas Water is winding down its property acquisitions, $36 million in purchases made to protect Lake Maumelle as a prime source of drinking water. read more >

Whispers

Jeremy Hutchinson Faces Foreclosure

Jeremy Hutchinson Faces Foreclosure This article is available only in print.

First Security Bank filed a foreclosure complaint against Jeremy Hutchinson on Oct. 31, saying he was in default and owed the bank at least $338,001 for the principal of the mortgage on his west Little Rock condo. read more >

Executive Q&A

PSC's Donna Gray Sheds Light on Consumer Credits

PSC's Donna Gray Sheds Light on Consumer Credits

Donna Gray, the executive director of the Arkansas Public Service Commission, looks at utility regulation in a quickly evolving 21st century. read more >

Spotlight: Energy & Utilities

Companies Deny Wrongdoing in 2013 Magnolia Oil Spill

Companies Deny Wrongdoing in 2013 Magnolia Oil Spill

Two subsidiaries of Delek US Holdings Inc. of Brentwood, Tennessee, have denied wrongdoing in a federal lawsuit stemming from a 2013 oil spill that released more than 5,890 barrels of crude oil near Magnolia. read more >

Six Arkansas Electric Co-Ops Stringing Broadband

Six Arkansas Electric Co-Ops Stringing Broadband

Six electric cooperatives in Arkansas are bringing high-speed broadband internet access to thousands of their members and plan to offer it to all of their members within the next four to six years. read more >

U.S. Energy Spending Declines in 2016

U.S. Energy Spending Declines in 2016

In 2016, U.S. energy expenditures fell for the fifth straight year to $1 trillion, a 9 percent decline in real terms compared with 2015. read more >

Entergy Arkansas Juices Economic Development

Entergy Arkansas Juices Economic Development This article is available only in print.

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 >

Central Arkansas Water Increases Its Holdings in Lake Maumelle Watershed

Central Arkansas Water Increases Its Holdings in Lake Maumelle Watershed This article is available only in print.

Central Arkansas Water is winding down its property acquisitions, $36 million in purchases made to protect Lake Maumelle as a prime source of drinking water. read more >

Arkansas Nuclear One Emerges from Regulatory Purgatory

Arkansas Nuclear One Emerges from Regulatory Purgatory This article is available only in print.

Rich Anderson was comfortably in retirement when Entergy Arkansas came calling, looking for help steering Nuclear One back to good graces. read more >

Opinion & Analysis

Peaceful Queasy Feeling (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Peaceful Queasy Feeling (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

I am a longtime proponent of divided government, and never more so than after seeing what happens with one-party government headed by a man who uses intimidation to keep Congress from exercising the checks that our Founders anticipated. read more >

The Next Generation of Women Entrepreneurs (Heather Albright and Matt De Luca Commentary)

The Next Generation of Women Entrepreneurs (Heather Albright and Matt De Luca Commentary)

The path is being paved for the next generation of female CEOs, but the decision to start your own company can still be difficult. read more >

Trumpcare? Why Not? (Editorial)

Trumpcare? Why Not? (Editorial)

There was one undisputed winner of Tuesday's election: the Affordable Care Act. read more >