Hope your Fourth was a good one. Now it’s back to business. The new Arkansas Business is out now. Among the highlights:
Gwen Moritz on Andree Roaf, the former Arkansas Supreme Court judge who died last week, and “the triumph of law.”
Mark Friedman examines derivative lawsuits and Dillard’s, which has face two of them since May as shareholders seek more influence of the direction of the department store chain.
Yep. That was former KARK-TV, Channel 4 meterologist Brett Cummins you saw doing weather on KLRT-TV, Channel 16 a few weeks ago. But he’s not making it a habit.
RFP alert! The Department of Health is seeking agencies that can manage its $500,000 annual Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Program targeting minorities.
I think we all agree that what this world needs is another marketing firm.
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