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Springdale Attorney, Former State Senator John Lisle Dies at 77

John Lisle, founder of Springdale law office Lisle Rutledge, died April 27 at his Springdale home surrounded by family, after battling Alzheimer's disease. [ MORE ]

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Last updated on Thursday, April 21, 2016, 1:03 pm

Fortunate Funding

Northwest Arkansas is in the midst of $415 million in transportation improvements that will bring the area 15 more miles of highways and widen 17 miles of I-49 to six lanes. [ MORE ]

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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

Nichol Sees Servant Leadership As Path To Higher Performance

A good servant leader puts the needs of others first. It’s a guiding principle for Tyson Foods Inc. executive Jason Nichol. During a recent interview, Nichol said that during a 20-year career in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry, he’s come to value his professional responsibility of investing in people and seeing them flourish. That hasn’t changed now that he works for one of the world’s largest companies. “I have always tried to grow as a servant leader, and I see my job as knocking down barriers for others to put them in a position to win,” he explained. “I get a lot out of that, and Tyson’s... [ MORE ]
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Little Reward in Little Rock (EDITOR'S NOTE)

Exiting Bentonville School District superintendent Michael Poore faces an uphill battle in his new role leading the Little Rock School District. [ MORE ]

You've Got To Participate (OPINION)

Administrators at the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport do an incredible job showing airlines there's great value in expanding in our region. [ MORE ]
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