Author - Tyler Hale

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Special Justice Appointed to Hear Issue 1 Challenge

A Fort Smith circuit court judge has been appointed to fill in for state Supreme Court Chief Dan Kemp in deciding a challenge to a proposed constitutional amendment concerning lawsuit damages on the November ballot. On Monday, Gov. Asa Hutchinson appointed Sebastian County Circuit Court Judge...

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Noel White Named New Tyson Foods CEO

A new chief executive officer has been named at Tyson Foods. The Springdale-headquartered meat processor announced Noel White as the company’s new CEO. Tyson Foods also announced that CEO Tom Hayes is leaving the company. Hayes, who has served as CEO of Tyson Foods since 2016, is reportedly...

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Startup Spotlight: Engine

One Arkansas startup has its sights set on the future of eCommerce. Engine, a Fayetteville-based startup, is looking to change how brands and consumers use eCommerce websites. Instead of creating sites where products are simply posted, Engine wants to create unique experiences for consumers. By...

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Startup Spotlight: SupplyPike

SupplyPike is a Fayetteville-based pure tech company that is working to create powerful, efficient supply chains. With a suite of supply chain software, SupplyPike is able to help companies monitor the status of their supply chains and manage relationships with retailers while reducing costs and...

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Startup Spotlight: FanSpotz

Are you tired of driving around, looking for a place to park when attending games and events? Parking can be one of the most frustrating parts of going anywhere, but one company is aiming to eliminate the hassle. FanSpotz is looking to change the entire experience of parking. Billing itself as the...

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WTC Arkansas Receives Grant to Promote Trade

The World Trade Center Arkansas (WTCA) recently received almost $600,000 from a federal grant designed to promote trade and encourage job growth and retention in Arkansas. The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration awarded the World Trade Center Arkansas a $592,357...