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SCA Pharmaceuticals of Little Rock, which makes sterile pharmaceuticals for hospital pharmacies and health care facilities throughout the country, announced that Milton Boyer has been appointed CEO.
Arkansas will get its first hint this week of just how large the state's medical marijuana industry will become with hundreds of applications expected to be delivered for those wanting to grow and sell the drug.
Lawmakers across the country — including in Arkansas — introduced and debated dozens of bills during this year's legislative sessions that would close or limit public access to a wide range of government records and meetings.
CARTI’s financial pain continues. Last week, Fitch Ratings Inc. of Chicago downgraded CARTI’s bond rating from BBB-, which was the lowest investment-grade rating, to BB+.
Centennial Bank of Conway has filed a foreclosure suit against Joshua Allen, the former CEO and president of Allens Inc. of Siloam Springs.
Aesthetic concerns at the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa have escalated into public safety concerns and put its developer Al Rajabi on the clock.
The prickly civic discourse directed by Al Rajabi toward Hot Springs city hall concerning his newly purchased Arlington Hotel isn’t a first.
Armor Seed LLC of Jonesboro, one of the largest regional seed providers in the country, has been acquired by Winfield United, a subsidiary of Land O' Lakes of Arden Hills, Minnesota.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced appointments to boards and commissions.
The Arkansas Department of Human Services says personal and health information of more than 26,000 Medicaid recipients has been breached.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. plans to build a new headquarters in Bentonville, CEO Doug McMillon announced to employees on Friday.
The Arkansas Department of Human Services will repay about $3 million to the federal government after an audit found problems with a type of Medicaid payment to providers.
Consumers cut back on their shopping in August by the largest amount in six months as declining auto sales offset gains in other areas.
A mixed-used development coming to Lake City next year aims to answer high demand for housing in northeast Arkansas.
Arkansas' unemployment rate in August increased one-tenth of a percentage point to 3.5 percent.
U.S. District Judge Leon Holmes declared a mistrial Thursday in the criminal trial of R. Alan Hope and Mikel C. Kullander, Little Rock area contractors accused of defrauding the government.
About 100 people attended a blessing of and ribbon cutting for the new Mercy Clinic Primary Care - Pea Ridge on Wednesday.
First National Corporation of Wynne, parent company of The First National Bank of Wynne, said Thursday that it received regulatory approval to acquire Bank of McCrory.
The board of trustees for Arkansas State University is considering plans to build facilities in Imboden and Walnut Ridge for use in a disaster preparedness training program.
The number of people seeking unemployment benefits declined slightly last week but still remained elevated as hurricane disruptions impacted layoffs for a second week.
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