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At Waldron Drug, employees have added space and chairs to serve the departing Wal-Mart’s customers.

PHOTO BY Robbie Neiswanger
At Waldron Drug, employees have added space and chairs to serve the departing Wal-Mart’s customers.

Wal-Mart closing dazes town

WALDRON -- The sign outside Waldron Drug offers a helping hand to the stunned residents of this small Arkansas town facing the unsettling news that the local Wal-Mart store is closing next month. "Welcome Walmart customers." Inside the store, pharmacy manager Ed Humphrey and his staff were bus...

Wal-Mart closing dazes town

WALDRON -- The sign outside Waldron Drug offers a helping hand to the stunned residents of this small Arkansas town facing the unsettling news that the local Wal-Mart store is closing next month.

Woman shapes career as men's shirt-maker

PHILADELPHIA -- Nancy Gold was a woman in a men's clothing world -- custom shirts. Talk about a bad fit, but not because of any lack of skills.

Alfa Romeo boss: Won't trim prices

Alfa Romeo's global brand chief says he won't cut prices to meet lofty U.S. sales goals because he insists Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV isn't setting such targets in the first place.

Arkansas Plant Board approves dicamba ban

The state Plant Board voted 9-5 Friday to stop the sales and use of dicamba, a herbicide suspected of damaging thousands of acres of soybeans, vegetables, fruits and trees this growing season.

Foxconn dangles $10B to create jobs in U.S.

Terry Gou is intent on building Foxconn Technology Group's international footprint.

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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