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Articles from Arkansas Business (July 12, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
Abbott keeps on 'tach'ing: Pine Bluff manufacturer finds new markets for tachographs. Holcombe, Carl D. Company Profile 1390
ABF TurnKey takes off. Wood, Jeffrey 550
Acxiom launches product in Japan. Holcombe, Carl D. Brief Article 201
AERT logs $16.7 million in quarterly sales. Brief Article 123
Ante up. Brief Article 139
Arkansas Business list: largest trucking companies. Taulbee, Chip Illustration 862
BNSF team turns logistic puzzles into cheapest paths. Sparkman, Worth 1293
Buzz off. Holcombe, Carl D. 762
Calendar. Calendar 324
Collection effort. Brief Article 272
Crash comparisons. Illustration 231
DAC Technologies sales up 74 percent in May. Brief Article 207
Dillard's June sales down 1 percent. Brief Article 182
Fatal crashes rise 14 percent. Sparkman, Worth Brief Article 155
Hoffbrau closes, files Chapter 11. Bowden, Bill Brief Article 181
Largest trucking companies returned to health in 2003. Taulbee, Chip 617
Marketing makeover, more fine tunes ANB personality. Sparkman, Worth 410
Metropolitan National Bank. Brief Article 93
Moser judgment. Brief Article 269
Murphy Oil income to top expectations. Brief Article 110
News from the east. Moritz, Gwen 768
Part 2. Brief Article 179
Pinnacle Auctions. Newton, Amanda Brief Article 273
Portable Audiometrics Inc. Newton, Amanda Brief Article 313
Pride and prejudice. Editorial 782
Ree Skin at Joels. Newton, Amanda Brief Article 342
Sales & Marketing Executives Association of Arkansas. Brief Article 134
Score card. Brief Article 133
State ends fiscal year with budget surplus. Henry, John Brief Article 289
State jobless rate down to 5.7 percent. Turner, Lance 330
Stock summary. Illustration 734
Take a real summer vacation: sever the high-tech tethers. Bowden, Bill 1468
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences at Little Rock last week became the first state agency or hospital to go smoke-free. 120
Tif districts can be usefull. Avery, Chad M. 697
Trucking companies move most freight. Henry, John Brief Article 203
Trucking industry thrives despite new regulations. Henry, John 1751
Trucks from Mexico stir wage, tax debate. Bowden, Bill 775
Volvo tractors blamed for pro transport's woes. Freidman, Mark 1804
Wal-Mart blames weather for dampened June sales. 395
Wal-Mart expands RFID program to 300. Brief Article 172
Wal-Mart may build 850 urban 99 stores. Bowden, Bill Brief Article 253

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