AT&T, which announced a blockbuster $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner this weekend, on Monday (Oct. 24) launched ultra-fast, one gigabit internet service for Bentonville, Fayetteville, Rogers and Springdale.
Kevin Turner, the CEO of Citadel Securities and former chief operating officer of Microsoft Corp., discussed several influential technologies during his keynote speech at the Northwest Arkansas Technology Summit on Friday (Oct. 7) at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center in Rogers.
The Fayetteville-based maker of a break-away technology preventing dislodgement and pullouts of IVs and feeding tubes has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with a medical distributor that can sell to more than 3,000 U.S. hospitals.
Springdale-based NanoMech Inc., a global leader in nano-lubricant manufacturing, announced Monday that former University of Arkansas Chancellor John White has become a significant investor in the company, as well as a member of its board of advisors.
As part of AT&T Inc.s initiative to connect more businesses to the benefits of fiber networks and the high-speed technologies and services they empower, city leaders joined AT&T representatives Thursday to announce portions of Fayetteville that have been certified as AT&T Fiber Ready.