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Recent Stories by Madeline Will

Vote-year donations now a cost of business

posted: 08/12/2012 2:19 a.m. Discuss

As campaign season rolls around, Republican and Democrats are getting out their checkbooks to make donations to their favorite candidates — and so are corporations.

2 plants in LR announce layoffs

posted: 08/03/2012 1:05 a.m. Comments 4

LM Windpower will lay off more than half of its Little Rock work force within the next few months as wind-energy companies await the fate of a tax credit that’s essential to the industry.

Some in state to get rebates from insurers

posted: 08/02/2012 1:37 a.m. Comments 3

Thousands of Arkansans will split $7.8 million in health-insurance premium rebates, thanks to a provision in the nation’s new healthcare law.

Acxiom 1st-quarter profit up

posted: 07/31/2012 1:24 a.m. Discuss

With a chief executive officer just completing his first year in the post, Acxiom Corp. generated higher net income in the first quarter of fiscal 2013, the data marketing company said Monday.

Fort Smith employing automation

posted: 07/29/2012 2:43 a.m. Discuss

Inside the numerous manufacturing plants across Fort Smith, bright yellow and orange robots are hard at work, doing mundane and sometimes dangerous tasks that their human counterparts no longer want to do.

Wal-Mart taking heat over hogs

posted: 07/19/2012 4:36 a.m. Discuss

An animal-welfare group is criticizing Wal-Mart Stores Inc. because it hasn’t joined other retailers making a commitment to end its relationship with pork suppliers that the group says are inhumane in its treatment of animals.

Eatery tax takes too big of a bite, restaurants say

posted: 07/15/2012 3:42 a.m. Comments 5

A burger, fries, and a heap of taxes: Arkansas restaurant patrons are paying for a lot more than food with their bills. In addition to state and local sales taxes, some of the state’s larger cities tack on an advertising and promotions tax to a restaurant’s bill.

Officials: State job booster limping

posted: 07/13/2012 4:38 a.m. Discuss

A fund designed to inject high-paying, technologybased jobs into the state needs more funding to succeed, some officials say.

Demand rising for pictures of birth

posted: 07/03/2012 3:25 a.m. Discuss

When Megan Henry of Hot Springs had her first baby, she relied on family members to document the experience. But last year, she, along with a growing number of women, upgraded to a professional photographer.

Novaculite runs in Hot Springs’ veins

posted: 07/01/2012 4:12 a.m. Comment 1

Hundreds of years ago, in the mountains of Hot Springs, American Indians created sharp arrowheads and tools. In more recent times, companies have created whetstones and abrasives from the same material.






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