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Wal-Mart's top merchant out as key holiday nears

Wal-Mart's chief merchandising officer for its namesake U.S. division has left as the discounter makes leadership changes to perk up sales only days before the start of crucial holiday shopping season.

Barlogie Named Distinguished Professor by UAMS Myeloma Institute

Barlogie Named Distinguished Professor by UAMS Myeloma Institute

Bart Barlogie, M.D., Ph.D. has been named distinguished professor of medicine and pathology in the College of Medicine of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

UALR Receives $1.4 Million for Mass Communication School

UALR Receives $1.4 Million for Mass Communication School

A gift of $1.4 million has been made by the Johnnie A. Winn Revocable Trust to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's School of Mass Communication, to establish the Dan and Johnnie Winn Memorial Scholarship in the College of Social Sciences and Communication.

The Arkansas Dynamo: Bank of the Ozarks

The Arkansas Dynamo: Bank of the Ozarks

Let's take a closer look at Bank of the Ozarks: could the shares have a place in your stock portfolio?

Health care M&A leads global deal surge

In a big year for deal making, the health care industry is a standout. Large drugmakers are buying and selling businesses to control costs and deploy surplus cash. A rising stock market, tax strategies and low interest rates are also fueling the mergers and acquisitions.

NanoMech Celebrates Grand Opening of Springdale Headquarters

NanoMech, a nanotechnology and nanomanufacturing innovations company founded in 2002, celebrated the grand opening of its headquarters, factory and laboratory in Springdale on Friday, Nov. 21. The company’s new 29,000-square-foot facility sits on nine acres of land, allowing room for the future growth of the company.

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