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Tornadoes blow in changes for state's construction industry. Industry Overview Mar 17, 1997 2216
Film industry commercial success: production companies provide lights, camera, action. Mar 10, 1997 1523
Advice to would-be women business owners: go, girl. Mar 10, 1997 763
Supreme battle brewing. Feb 24, 1997 1274
Ratings love KSSN; KMJX rocks demos. Feb 3, 1997 1271
Southern skies deal to close in April. Feb 3, 1997 432
Half-cent tax means millions for Bradley County. Jan 27, 1997 727
1997 legislative preview. Jan 13, 1997 1487
Agriculture. Column Jan 13, 1997 691
New expressway lures Hot Springs retail; proposed strip mall to be 'cornerstone' of development on southern corridor. Dec 23, 1996 1949
Common past binds several of today's ad execs. Dec 9, 1996 1560
Companies get green light for energy-saving program. Dec 2, 1996 593
Lawsuit: Farm Bureau charges bogus fees. Nov 25, 1996 1524
Increased competition means more marketing: look for hospitals to tout specialties. Nov 18, 1996 611
Health care trends force shifts in hospital employment: restructuring, layoffs likely as part of cost-cutting efforts, changes in services. Nov 18, 1996 1491
Rebuilding comes slowly in Fort Smith. Nov 11, 1996 1455
Hardwood chip mills create market and concerns. Nov 4, 1996 1275
'Re-created' CJRW means shift in personnel, attitude. Oct 28, 1996 1644
Can Fort Smith bounce back? Owners of downtown businesses hope for unified effort. May 6, 1996 1927
Business more than picking up for Waste Management. Apr 15, 1996 1143
DoubleTree bets its chips. Mar 11, 1996 1465
CJRW cuts back staff but claims revenues up. Mar 4, 1996 1756
New accounting write-offs popping up. Feb 19, 1996 1786
Changes on the way for Little Rock radio: relaxed FCC rules to spur buying, selling. Feb 5, 1996 1738
Highway forces head for collision at polls; politicians' fortunes at stake in upcoming road-tax vote. Jan 8, 1996 1654
Funding investments won't wait until the next day. Jan 1, 1996 985
Free 'Times' on the way. Dec 25, 1995 990
Industrial growth bustin' out all over Arkansas. Oct 2, 1995 1232
Raids rile officials, Hispanics. Sep 25, 1995 1734
Workers, Pocahontas lose jobs to overseas factories. Sep 18, 1995 1679
Levy good for businesses; businesses good for Levy. Aug 14, 1995 527
Free-lance voices spur big recording business. Aug 7, 1995 1288
Pine Bluff awaits Hampton Inn's confirmation. Aug 7, 1995 710
Brokerage firm environment simmers in heated competition. Jul 31, 1995 1877
Smoking costs Arkansans millions, study says. Jul 24, 1995 1230
Occupational therapy growing by leaps and bounds. Industry Overview Jul 24, 1995 586
Heavyweights take bite out of LR book market. Industry Overview Jul 17, 1995 1634
Is privatizing the best route for buses? Jul 3, 1995 1822
AIDC, utilities to continue cooperation. Jul 3, 1995 726
All stations brag that their weather's the best. Jun 26, 1995 1295
Necessity mother of invention, but inventors need money. Jun 26, 1995 765
Low unemployment means high anxiety. Jun 19, 1995 1466
Old building gets new life. Jun 12, 1995 1269
Magic Springs enters summer with fresh look, faces. Jun 12, 1995 638
When the bypass passes close by. Jun 5, 1995 1521
Former Brown Jordan VP sets up competitive firm. Jun 5, 1995 671
IMAX, high-tech school highlight $6 million center. May 29, 1995 1292
Three Arkansas rehab hospitals involved in merger. May 29, 1995 692
Agriculture interests want to keep farm bill intact. May 22, 1995 1647
LR radio babble battle escalates; KSYG shifts frequencies hoping to outmaneuver entrenched KARN. May 15, 1995 1551
Community leaders work to save Fort Chaffee. May 15, 1995 738
Martin & Martin earns reputation as giant killer: Blue Cross account becomes firm's latest conquest. Company Profile May 8, 1995 1738
Arkansas-made outdoor gear has worldwide reputation: Mountainsmith receives a welcome backpack at Cotter. May 8, 1995 732
Constituents looking for clone of Pryor. May 1, 1995 1672
Eagle lands at a new location with a new attitude. Company Profile May 1, 1995 693
Bond program boosts higher ed. Apr 24, 1995 1219
Caring for environment is duty, good business. Apr 17, 1995 1715
Some radio stations not so high on hogs. Apr 10, 1995 1763
Gwatzilla invades Capitol, scores 'any-willing' win; success in Legislature prompts talk of higher office. Apr 3, 1995 1853
Bottom line forcing changes in the old ball game. Apr 3, 1995 858
Russellville plant to be Alumax's fourth in state. Apr 3, 1995 704
State pharmacists allege improper pricing actions. Mar 20, 1995 1517
School districts turning to construction management. Mar 20, 1995 1072
FCC could block sale of KHBS KHOG. Mar 13, 1995 816
Car rental agency takes case to state capitol. Feb 27, 1995 1516
Ad agencies pull out all the stops for AIDC. Feb 20, 1995 3112
LR's first black obstetrician has two women to thank. Feb 20, 1995 686
Main Street in slump, but merchants optimistic. Feb 13, 1995 1538
Bond dealers applaud ADFA for codifying its policies. Jan 30, 1995 1678
Building shows success, commitment: Morgan Keegan heads tenants in five-story Riverdale complex. Jan 9, 1995 1767
TV war in Little Rock tops media news. Jan 2, 1995 1252
Special events industry a 'money-making' machine. Jan 2, 1995 1304
Strategies for taxes ease pain. Dec 26, 1994 1581
Gannett takes over at KTHV; new manager hopes to take perennial no. 3 to top. Dec 12, 1994 1756
Family to franchise with bagel bonanza; success of Little Rock restaurant leads to statewide expansion plans. Dec 5, 1994 1153
LR Hotel competition surges; downtown, west LR forces draw convention battle lines. Nov 28, 1994 1450
While others downsize, UAMS expands. Nov 21, 1994 720
Northwest Regional Airport's financing changes questioned; Llama's passenger-cost estimate rises sharply. Nov 7, 1994 1676
Fiber-optic battle lines drawn in LR; company laying downtown cable rouses Southwestern Bell. Nov 7, 1994 1401
Soft drink tax provides most pop of election year. Oct 31, 1994 1477
Power 92 hip-hops to top of radio heap: country competition corrals KSSN for first time in years. Oct 31, 1994 1489
Who's really playing party politics? Oct 24, 1994 1688
Wall Street firm looking at Borden buyout. Oct 24, 1994 642
State task force outlines health care issues. Oct 24, 1994 1007
LR-based firm hunts for health care execs. Oct 24, 1994 609
Hubbell, Rose firm sued. Oct 17, 1994 705

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