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Fast 15 Nominations Process Under Way

The Northwest Arkansas Business Journal is actively seeking nominations for its 2015 Fast 15 class, to be featured in the May 11 issue. [ MORE ]

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Last updated on Monday, January 19, 2015, 12:29 pm

Startup Junkie Consulting Boosts Its Efforts in 2015

The consulting firm plans to expand the depth and breadth of its offerings, thanks to a Walton Family Foundation grant and a contract with the U.S. Small Business Administration. [ MORE ]

NWA Business Journal Events

40 Under Forty

The Northwest Arkansas Business Journal annually honors 40 individuals under the age of 40 who were... [ MORE ]

Fast 15

The Fast 15 is designed to recognize a small, exclusive group of 20-something professionals on the... [ MORE ]
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Then & Now

Marquess Building Homes, Family in Wake of Recession

Mark Marquess has the seasoned eye and the crow’s feet of a man who’s seen a lot in his time. And indeed, he has. A realtor and homebuilder who came to prominence during the great Northwest Arkansas boom, Marquess watched as almost everything slipped away when the market crashed in 2008. By then a developer who thought he’d put homebuilding behind him, Marquess was sitting on the 80-lot Spring Creek at Garrett Road subdivision in Rogers, and a few other developments, when the economy imploded. Things got so bad that Marquess had to sell just about everything, including the family home, to keep from going under. But one thing... [ MORE ]
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Guest Commentary

Amerine Leaves UA; Who Follows Him? (EDITOR'S NOTE)

Jeff Amerine's replacement as associate vice provost for research and economic development and director of Technology Ventures at the University of Arkansas is crucial in the goal of increasing its reputation as a research hub. [ MORE ]

A Competitive Edge (OPINION)

Once mainly an arena for large, multinational corporations, international transactions are now commonplace for small and medium-sized businesses, warranting international banking and foreign exchange services. [ MORE ]
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