This week’s Arkansas Business is available now. Among the highlights:
The effects of the recession are only now starting to show up on the book’s the state’s largest nonprofit organizations, with four of Arkansas’ 30 largest charities seeing a decline in assets and four treading water. One, however, saw a $19 million gain from the previous year …
Lions World Services for the Blind is making all kinds of changes, hoping to avoid posting a third consecutive annual loss.
Arkansas Business Publisher Jeff Hankins surveys the state’s economy at the halfway point of 2009. Will the conventional wisdom of a slow recovery starting in the third quarter hold?
Yep, that’s former Alltel Corp. vice president Andrew Moreau, now working at CJRW of Little Rock as a senior VP. Also: The agency makes a play for Verizon’s PR business and loses to a Memphis firm.
KTHV-TV, Channel 11’s new 6:30 p.m. newscast posted solid numbers in the May Nielsen TV ratings.
Are commercial real estate developers again looking at urban areas as possible sites for projects? Is sprawl dead?
Filed under: Arkansas Business, business | Tagged: Alltel Corp., Andrew Moreau, Arkansas Business, business, CJRW, Jeff Hankins, KTHV, Lions World Services for the Blind, Nielsen, nonprofits, recession, Southern Bancorp, Verizon |