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The Arkansas Research Alliance names the members of its 15-person Board of Trustees. // read more
After 25 years as a successful venture investor within the Southeastern United States, Noro-Moseley is ready to expand to Arkansas through the Arkansas Institutional Fund. // read more
Diamond State Ventures II will invest between $75 million and $90 million in the next five years. // read more
A week from today Josh Quittner, editor-at-large for Time Magazine, will be the featured speaker at the 2008 Arkansas Venture Forum Conference, organizers announced recently. // read more
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock and other higher education institutions in the state recently acknowledged the Arkansas Small Business Development Center's shift toward assisting high-tech and innovative businesses. // read more
Venture capitalists from Arkansas and seven other states are at the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce today and tomorrow to hear about potential investment opportunities in medical technologies developed at Arkansas universities. // read more
The Arkansas Small Business Development Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will soon sponsor the first Advanced Invention to Venture workshop in Arkansas. // read more
The Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway metropolitan statistical area ranked No. 54 among the Milken Institute's 2008 list of America's Best-Performing Cities Index. // read more
Educators and nonprofit groups in Arkansas are joining forces to promote economic and financial literacy starting at an early age. // read more
Randy Zook, the new president and CEO of the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas, is keeping an eye out for legislation or regulations that might hurt businesses in the state. // read more
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has named Paula Casey as its interim vice provost for research and dean of the graduate school.
Arkansas State University in Jonesboro is set to implement a program this fall that will require all freshmen to use an iPad as part of a first-year experience course called "Making Connections."
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.