Whatever It Takes To Grow


Posted: December 28, 2012 at 4:23 a.m.

Mike Luttrell of Springdale and property owner Tom Lundstrum, left, look over the proposed site Dec. 20 for a new Walmart Supercenter to be on Elm Springs Road near the intersection with North 48th Street. While Walmart and other legacy companies are important to the region’s economy, they cannot continue to expand at the same pace, economic experts say.

FAYETTEVILLE - The companies that drove growth in Northwest Arkansas’ boom times lead their fields today - and cannot expand at the same pace in the future,experts agree.

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Growth for the sake of growth is the idealology of a cancer cell

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