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Joggers pass a Simmons Bank branch at 2800 Kavanaugh Blvd. on Wednesday. The bank is one of three Arkansas-based banks with plans to grow this year through acquisitions.

PHOTO BY Benjamin Krain
Joggers pass a Simmons Bank branch at 2800 Kavanaugh Blvd. on Wednesday. The bank is one of three Arkansas-based banks with plans to grow this year through acquisitions.

3 banks expanding horizons

Last year, Little Rock-based Bank of the Ozarks became the largest bank in the state and now has $18.9 billion in assets. This year, Home BancShares of Conway and Pine Bluff-based Simmons First National Corp. expect to pass $10 billion, the threshold where federal regulators significantly increase f...

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Donald Trump is right to say says America's NATO allies aren't paying their share of the costs. But, to the delight of the arms industry, that could be changing.

LNG suppliers shift focus to power plants

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After pesticide drift, Arkansas lawmakers advance dicamba restrictions

A legislative panel on Tuesday signed off on new restrictions by the state Plant Board for dicamba-based herbicides that can be used on crops this year.

Actually, virtual reality slow to catch on

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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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