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LR Markham Apartments LLC, a Conway-based limited liability company, paid $6.2 million for the Little Rock Comfort Suites hotel at 11 Crossings Court in Little Rock.

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LR Markham Apartments LLC, a Conway-based limited liability company, paid $6.2 million for the Little Rock Comfort Suites hotel at 11 Crossings Court in Little Rock.

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: Conway-based firm buys Comfort Suites near Shackleford Crossings

LR Markham Apartments LLC, a Conway-based limited liability company, invested $6.2 million to purchase a west Little Rock Comfort Suites hotel with 90 rooms last month. The four-story hotel, built in 2010, is near Shackleford Crossings shopping center. The Comfort Suites, with 90,000 square feet, wa...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: Conway-based firm buys Comfort Suites near Shackleford Crossings

LR Markham Apartments LLC, a Conway-based limited liability company, invested $6.2 million to purchase a west Little Rock Comfort Suites hotel with 90 rooms last month.

Mnuchin addresses Fed tweets

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Saturday that President Donald Trump was not trying to put pressure on the Federal Reserve when he criticized its decision to raise interest rates.

Jeep exec named Fiat Chrysler CEO

Jeep executive Mike Manley will be the new chief executive officer of Fiat Chrysler Automobile after longtime leader Sergio Marchionne's health suddenly deteriorated following surgery, the company announced Saturday.

Brazil farmers stuck in hard place

These should be jubilant times across the sprawling savanna of southeastern Brazil. Soybean is king there. And with the China-U.S. trade war pushing Chinese buyers to frantically search the globe for alternatives to American soy, Brazil is the most logical first stop.

Cutting the cable revisite, with Philo TV, Watch Now

We asked AT&T how much it would cost to drop our TV service and just keep the Internet. They immediately offered to drop the monthly charge to $120 from $160. That's better, we thought, but hardly the best.

Tech, retail firms lead indexes up

U.S. stocks rose for the second consecutive day Monday with technology companies, retailers and household goods companies in the lead. Indexes of technology companies and smaller, more U.S.-focused companies both hit all-time highs.

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