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Daily Digest: May 20, 2019


Find out what’s happening in Arkansas business and politics every day with the Arkansas Money & Politics Daily Digest. We collect each day’s important news and deliver it to you in one convenient article.


Entrepreneurs fuel growth in NWA. | Arkansas Money & Politics

Riceland Foods names new board member. | Arkansas Money & Politics

The solar industry’s impact on the environment. | Arkansas Money & Politics

Eric Rob & Isaac adds new team members. | Arkansas Money & Politics

High school students participate in innovation program. | Arkansas Money & Politics

The governor’s plan for broadband. | Arkansas Money & Politics

Magnolia bank will acquire Bank of Prescott. | Arkansas Business

USA Truck appoints new trucking vice president. |  Arkansas Business

Japan lifts U.S. beef export restrictions. | Talk Business & Politics

Former UAMS professor’s article flagged for alleged research misconduct. | Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Burrell Behavioral Health to double Youth Bridge staff. | Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Sections of UA Senior Walk to be repaired. | Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Former WH counsel directed to ignore congressional subpoena. | The New York Times

Tornado outbreak expected in Midwest and Northwest Arkansas. | The Weather Channel

FCC chairman backs T-Mobile, Sprint merger. | The Wall Street Journal

Ford to cut 10 percent of workforce. | NPR

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