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U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Matt Erskine announces a $1 million grant that will fund the completion of the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub's Innovation Center in downtown North Little Rock's Argenta district on Monday, April 27, 2015.

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U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Matt Erskine announces a $1 million grant that will fund the completion of the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub's Innovation Center in downtown North Little Rock's Argenta district on Monday, April 27, 2015.

$1 million grant for Innovation Hub unveiled

A $1 million U.S. Economic Development Administration grant will fund the completion of the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub's Innovation Center in downtown North Little Rock's Argenta district, the nonprofit organization dedicated to enterprise development announced Monday. A portion of the grant w...

$1 million grant for Innovation Hub unveiled

A $1 million U.S. Economic Development Administration grant will fund the completion of the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub's Innovation Center in downtown North Little Rock's Argenta district, the nonprofit organization dedicated to enterprise development announced Monday.

State's rice, proximity called ideal for Cuba

To Carl Brothers of Stuttgart-based Riceland Foods Inc., Cuba is perfectly situated to take advantage of U.S.-grown rice rather than having it shipped thousands of miles from Asian nations such as Vietnam.

Japan strives to sell 'maglev' train

TOKYO -- Japan's faded economic prowess received a boost after a magnetic-levitation train operated by Central Japan Railway Co. set a new world speed record of 375 mph on a test run in Yamanashi Prefecture just outside of Tokyo.

Senator pushes credit for Cuba

Cuba would be able to use credit to buy U.S. agricultural products such as rice and chicken under legislation introduced Wednesday by U.S. Sens. John Boozman, R-Ark., and Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D.

Microsoft's moves toward cloud begin to show results

SAN FRANCISCO -- Microsoft is changing its business. The question has been whether it's changing fast enough.

Tech firms' gains nudge stocks up

NEW YORK -- Stocks advanced slightly Friday as investors cheered the quarterly results of three large technology companies: Google, Microsoft and Amazon.

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