William Clark, son of CDI Contractors’ late founder Bill Clark, talks to Gwen Moritz about his new company, Clark Contractors. After a long two years, the 40-year-old Clark starts over. Meanwhile, a look at CDI’s effects on Dillard’s bottom line.
After 14 months on the market and a 45 percent markdown, former Acxiom CEO Charles Morgan’s 10,000-square-foot Little Rock home sells for $1.5 million.
KARK-TV, Channel 4’s general manager, Gayle Kiger, leaves the NBC affiliate for a new job in Waco, Texas. Media writer Mark Hengel is already on the trail of a possible replacement.
Will the advertising budget for the new Arkansas lottery be a cash cow, or will it dwindle over time? Hengel looks a Missiouri’s budget for clues.
It’s a wrap! Mark Carter’s final look at the 87th General Assembly.
Publisher Jeff Hankins weighs in on the session. Kudos all around.
Alice Walton’s Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville is the state’s No. 1 construction project.
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