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Ajay Malshe is NanoMech Inc.'s chief technology officer and founder.

NanoMech Raises $12M in Funding Round

The Springdale-based nanotechnology manufacturing company will use the money to expand its marketing presence, increase its efforts in transportation and energy manufacturing. [ MORE ]

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Area's Toughest Golf Courses

Blessings Golf Club in Johnson tops the list of most difficult courses with a slope rating of 148, according to the Arkansas State Golf Association. [ 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

No Place Like Home For Engineer Matt Crafton

After eight years of active duty in the United States Air Force, Matt Crafton returned to his Rogers roots in 1998 to take his place in the family business, engineering and design firm Crafton Tull. But during those eight years in the military, before Crafton had settled down, he saw some things that he’ll never forget. He was in Somalia building airstrips in the early 1990s during operation Restore Hope. Gangs of dangerous warlords roamed the streets of Mogadishu, and giant lizards preyed on the dead who had been buried in shallow graves. The homeless and the impoverished and the orphans who begged for food — to this day Crafton keeps... [ MORE ]
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The Magic of a High-Performing Team (OPINION)

Watching sporting events and sports movies are often deeply moving because they tap directly into powerful emotions and memories. [ MORE ]

Great Debate or Friday Night Lights? (OPINION)

Two of the four men seeking to become Arkansas' next governor have agreed to participate in a statewide televised debate. [ MORE ]
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