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Information about Arkansas banks by the numbers

PHOTO BY Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / SOURCE: BauerFinancial, Coral Gables, Fla.
Information about Arkansas banks by the numbers

premium3 banks in state 'outstanding' in efficiency

Most banks are considered to be efficient if they operate with an efficiency ratio of 50 percent, said Randy Dennis, president of Little Rock bank consulting firm DD&F Consulting Group. An efficiency ratio of 50 percent means the bank spends $50 to earn $100. The lower the percentage the bette...

3 banks in state 'outstanding' in efficiency

Most banks are considered to be efficient if they operate with an efficiency ratio of 50 percent, said Randy Dennis, president of Little Rock bank consulting firm DD&F Consulting Group.

Workers say goal of bank: Sell, sell

NEW YORK -- It began with the constant and compulsive pressure to sell. Then came stress-induced health problems. Wells Fargo employees, current and former, say they spent every day frantically trying to persuade customers to open more accounts -- not for any bonuses, but simply to keep their jobs.

Dog pampering a niche business in Cuba

HAVANA -- Lourdes Ortega spent nine years castrating cattle and ridding pigs of parasites until a chronic nerve disease forced her out of veterinary medicine, leaving her struggling for two decades to raise three sons as a single mother on disability.

U.S.: China unfairly propping up farms

The Obama administration lodged a complaint Tuesday against China at the World Trade Organization alleging excessive government support for rice, wheat and corn that drives up production and makes it harder for American farmers to export the same crops to China.

Concerns continue for Yahoo's future after new data hack

SAN FRANCISCO -- Yahoo has been struggling for years to keep people coming back to its digital services such as email. That challenge just got more daunting after hackers stole sensitive information from at least 500 million accounts.

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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