Covering the business news of Arkansas

House Approves Highway, VA Bills

20% GDP Health Care Projection Leads To More Questions

Health care spending is projected to increase as a percentage of the U.S. gross domestic product from 17.4% in 2013 to 19.6% in 2024. The...

Launching MAKE Events At The Hub’s Launch Pad

Girls Of Code Comes To NW Arkansas

Walmart Foundation Awards More Than $1 Million To Arkansas Nonprofits

Murphy Oil Posts $73 Million Net Loss, Announces 7% Job Reduction

Planing Commission Votes ‘No’ For Businesses On Cabot Golf Course

American Railcar Industries Expands Its Marmaduke Tank Railcar Manufacturing Facility

Ten Lane Project For I-30 Gets Federal Go-Ahead

New Report Says Climate Change Brings Big Risk For Southern Agriculture

Health Beat: Total Health Spend Projected to Reach 20% of Nation’s GDP By 2024

Inability Of Congress To Pass Long-Term Highway Bill Causes Frustrations

Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin: Change, Rename Common Core

Q&A With Author And Entrepreneur Cara Brookins

When looking for inspiration, one doesn't have to look much further than Central Arkansas. Cara Brookins, a computer programmer/systems analyst is also an accomplished author...

Students Build Retro Arcade Game Console This Summer

Randy Veach: Voluntary, National Standard For Labeling Foods With Genetically Modified Ingredients A Wise Move

Sen. Bryan King On Healthcare: The Real Question Is ‘Who Should Get Welfare?’

Economic Gains Expected For Arkansas, U.S. In Back Half Of 2015

With the first two quarters of 2015 already in the books, local and national economists predict a stronger economy in parts of Arkansas and the...

Wal-Mart Eliminates 24-Hour Operations In 64 Supercenters, List Could Grow

Weak Lumber Prices Hurt Timber Industry’s 2Q Earnings, Rebound Expected In Second Half