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The 260-unit Lakewood Hills Apartments at 2400 McCain Blvd. in North Little Rock sold last month for $12.7 million.

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The 260-unit Lakewood Hills Apartments at 2400 McCain Blvd. in North Little Rock sold last month for $12.7 million.


North Little Rock apartments sold for $12.7M; Hooters planned at Little Rock site bought for $3.3M

The 260-unit Lakewood Hills Apartments in North Little Rock was sold last month to a Philadelphia firm for $12.7 million. The apartments are at 2400 McCain Blvd. SCBP Lakewood Associates, a limited liability company in Philadelphia, bought the apartments from RCP Lakewood LLC. RCP Lakewood paid $8.8...

Tax experts say Trump bill likely to send jobs overseas

On the Friday before Thanksgiving, Kenny Johnson left the Nelson Global Products plant in Clinton, Tenn., for the last time. Having devoted nearly 13 years to making tractor-trailer exhaust pipes, Johnson, 41, spent some of his final weeks at the plant watching Mexican workers train to take his job.

China's textile industry looks at bacteria for water cleanup

In a Hong Kong laboratory, researchers are working with one of the world's biggest cloth makers to improve its production process using a special ingredient: bacteria.

2nd vote puts dicamba ruling on hold

Lawmakers voted for the second time this week against moving ahead with a state Plant Board proposal to restrict the use of the herbicide dicamba on farmers' crops next year, essentially placing the decision on hold.

New Net rule fires up those opposed

The Federal Communications Commission's vote on Thursday to repeal its Net neutrality rules marked the end of a brief experiment by the network regulator to rein in the tremendous power of Internet providers by treating them like the highly-regulated telecoms. Now, providers will be allowed to speed up some websites -- and block or slow ...

30 banks test well, gain Fed leeway

The Federal Reserve has given the green light to major banks in the U.S. to raise dividends and buy back shares, judging them to have a sturdy enough financial foundation to withstand a major economic downturn.




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