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Iron market lays an egg, so miner sells them

Subscriber onlyThe iron-ore business is so lousy that one Canadian mining company is shelving its biggest project and starting a new venture: selling Australian eggs to China. Continue reading...

Job market trends speak well for translators

Subscriber onlyWhen Dawn Taylor, 37, a doctoral candidate at Pennsylvania State University, started her part-time translation business in February 2013, she earned $15,000 that year. Continue reading...

Business People

Subscriber onlyNorm DeBriyn has been selected as the interim executive director of the Razorback Foundation. Continue reading...

Real Estate Transactions

Subscriber onlyPulaski County real estate transactions of $150,000 or more, deeds records 07/27/2015 through 07/31/2015: Continue reading...

Building Permits

Subscriber onlyBuilding permits for the Little Rock metro area, projects valued at $75,000 or more: Continue reading...

Oil and Gas Report

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission last week issued 8 drilling permits, 3 well completions and 8 well recompletions. By county, they were: Continue reading...

Patents Awarded

Subscriber onlyU.S. patents issued to Arkansans on Aug. 18: Continue reading...

NWA Business People

Subscriber onlyTeri Hayden was named chief nursing officer of system clinics at Washington Regional in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

LR outlet mall to feature pushcarts

Retailers and other businesses can have a presence at the soon-to-open Outlets of Little Rock without the expense of outfitting one of the 70-plus storefronts at the open-air shopping center. Continue reading...

Banks in Arkansas log $70.3B in assets

Subscriber onlyThe 106 banks in Arkansas had total assets of $70.3 billion on June 30, according to data supplied by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Continue reading...

Tyson ends contract over maltreatment

Firm reacts to video taken at farm

Subscriber onlyTyson Foods has ended its contract with a poultry farm in Tennessee after an animal-welfare group documented conditions at the farm using a hidden camera. Continue reading...

Filing: Ex-archivist crept in, took items

Subscriber onlyMichael McAfee, the receiver in several lawsuits involving former photo archivist John Rogers of North Little Rock, filed a motion Thursday for Rogers to be held in contempt of court. Continue reading...

McDonald's, Tyson cut ties with farmer tied to abuse video

McDonalds and Arkansas-based Tyson Foods have ended their contract with a Tennessee chicken farmer after an animal advocacy organization released covert video footage the group said showed abusive practices at the farm. Continue reading...

Christmas in August: Wal-Mart's holiday layaway comes early

NEW YORK — Wal-Mart is giving customers a head start on holiday shopping, launching its annual layaway program two weeks earlier than last year. Continue reading...

AR-15-style rifles out at Wal-Mart

Subscriber onlyWal-Mart Stores Inc. will no longer sell "modern sporting rifles" in its stores, citing limited customer demand as the reason for pulling the product from its shelves. Continue reading...