Northwest Arkansas

Bank Buys Spur Talk in Corner Markets This article is available only in print.

Bank Buys Spur Talk in Corner Markets

Down in Ashley County, a Louisiana suitor is pursuing the parent company of Crossett's First National Bank in a $12.8 million deal.
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Bank of the Ozarks Plans Expansion in Ozark

George Gleason could have decided to put a new operations center for Bank of the Ozarks in many cities, from New York to California, and Texas or Florida.
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Car-Mart's Quarterly, Yearly Income Up

America's Car-Mart Inc. of Bentonville reported increases in fourth-quarter and annual revenue and income Monday for fiscal year 2018.
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Jim Minor Named VP, COO of Baldwin & Shell

Jim Minor, a 24-year veteran with Baldwin & Shell Construction Co., has been promoted to vice president/COO. read more >

For CEOs, $11.7M Per Year Is Just Middle of the Pack

Chief executives at the biggest public companies got an 8.5 percent raise last year, bringing the median pay package for CEOs to $11.7 million. read more >

Heated Court Fight, US House Race Dominate Arkansas Election

A race for an Arkansas Supreme Court seat that has drawn heavy spending from outside groups and a four-person race for the Democratic nomination to run for a Little Rock-area U.S. House seat headline the ballot in the state's primary and non-partisan judicial election this week. read more >

Deepwater Horizon Sparks Suit Against Law Firm Suing Its Insurance Company This article is available only in print.

A Eureka Springs law firm is suing its insurance carrier for not footing the bill to battle a lawsuit. read more >

75 Largest Private Companies in Arkansas Combine for $38.9B This article is available only in print.

Revenue at Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield topped $2.5 billion last year, a milestone achieved by only one other company in the 30 years that Arkansas Business has been ranking private companies by revenue. read more >

Harps Food Stores Contemplates Online Expansion This article is available only in print.

Kim Eskew knows that Harps will eventually have to dip its toe into the e-commerce waters, but he isn't necessarily excited about it. read more >

Stay Suspicious II (Editorial)

Judge Doug Martin's failure to recuse himself from Courtney Goodson's case at the start undercuts faith in the judicial system and is just as worrisome as the dark money seeking to influence the Supreme Court election. read more >

Arkansas' April Unemployment Rate Unchanged at 3.8 Percent

For the third consecutive month, Arkansas recorded the same jobless rate, and that rate is below the U.S. rate. read more >

TV Stations Challenge Order Blocking Ads Against Courtney Goodson

The owner of two Arkansas TV stations is challenging a judge's order blocking them from airing a conservative group's ad attacking a state Supreme Court justice seeking re-election. read more >

Razorbacks to Continue Playing in Little Rock Through 2024

Arkansas has announced an agreement to continue playing off campus at Little Rock's War Memorial Stadium through 2024. read more >

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