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J.B. Hunt Named To Hall Of Fame Alongside Henry Ford

J.B. Hunt has been named to the inaugural class of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals' Hall of Fame, which also includes Ford Motor Co. founder Henry Ford and Malcom McLean, inventor of the shipping container. [ MORE ]

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Last updated on Monday, August 15, 2016, 7:14 am

Presenting NWA's 2016 Forty Under 40 Class

This year marks the 20th class of honorees. [ MORE ]

NWA Business Journal Events

Forty Under 40

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

Gray Has a Wide-Angle Lens on the Economic Landscape

Editor’s Note: Darin Gray is the former president and CEO of Gray Matters LLC, the parent company of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal. It is now operated by the publication’s current management team and owned by the TDG Family Trust, of which Gray’s wife, Tami Gray, is the sole trustee. Darin Gray has sown seeds in the soil of Arkansas enterprises for almost 30 years, starting with his early work at the state’s economic development commission, and continuing into his current role as leader of the state’s largest advertising and public relations agency.  The chairman and chief executive officer at CJRW... [ MORE ]
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The Wrong Question (OPINION)

I never expected I'd write about employee engagement. Fundamentally, I dislike the discussion for one simple reason: I think it's the wrong question to be asking the workforce. [ MORE ]

Being Chosen is Risky Business (OPINION)

When you are chosen you see the world and yourself differently. [ MORE ]
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