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The Wal-Mart Foundation donated $369,000 to the Arkansas Biosciences Institute at Arkansas State University today in Gov. Mike Beebe's conference room at the Capitol. // read more
Forrest L. Wood, founder of Ranger Boats of Flippin, and Irwin L. Jacobs, owner of Ranger's parent company, Minneapolis-based Genmar Holdings, Inc., will be the featured guests at the Oct. 22 Commerce Arkansas Power Lunch in Little Rock. // read more
Omnibalm Daily Foot Therapy, a product of Little Rock-based Balm Innovations, has been named a "Small Chain Niche Pick" and a "Key Special Niche Product" in Chain Drug Review's second annual Niche Products Report. // read more
The University of Arkansas Technology Development Foundation welcomes Innovate Arkansas as the newest affiliate in the Arkansas Research and Technology Park. // read more
The mood of the Arkansas business community is upbeat regarding expectations for 2008, according to a June survey by Inc. Tanc. // read more
Pacific Vet Group, a leading distributor of animal health products in Asia, has purchased Sigrah-Zellet, LLC, of Fayetteville and will create a new Fayetteville-based entity named Pacific Vet Group-USA. // read more
The Northwest Arkansas Community Foundation on Thursday gave the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences $100,000 to help establish a new northwest Arkansas satellite campus. // read more
University of Arkansas researchers seeking new ways to make health care more efficient and cost-effective have built a new kind of hospital: one that uses location aware systems, sensors, smart devices, radio-frequency identification and virtual reality. // read more
The Arkansas Inventor's Network is a non-profit established as a support group for innovative people who need help getting their ideas off the ground. // read more
Susan Allen, professor and director of the Arkansas Center for Laser Applications and Science at Arkansas State University, has been granted a personally owned patent for a body limb movement limiter. // read more
Innovate Arkansas client Movista was born in the MBA program at the University of Arkansas Walton Business College, but when it came time to put down permanent roots, co-founders April Seggebruch and Stan Zylowski chose a house just off the square in downtown Bentonville.
While he supports enterprises and technologies that embrace sustainability and renewable energy as president and CEO of BlueInGreen LLC, Clete Brewer is first and foremost about the business side.
Arkansas Business is proud to have featured a number of 40 Under 40 honorees who have gone on to the corner offices of publicly traded companies. Let's count them.
Jeff Stalnaker moved from high-tech data services firm Acxiom to lead a high-tech startup, First Orion, which with its PrivacyStar smartphone application seeks to give people their privacy back.