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Boozman in Intensive Care Following Surgery for Aortic Aneurysm (UPDATE)

U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-Arkansas) remains in intensive care at a Rogers hospital, recovering from emergency surgery brought on by an aortic aneurysm. [ 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

Cable Still Having a Grand Time on NWA Bank Scene

In the years since he was honored as a member of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal’s 1998 Forty Under 40 class, Guy Cable has had a grand time as a local lender. During a recent interview, Cable said: “It’s a blast doing what you love. And as you get older, you learn what to do and what not to do.” Cable, 51, is vice chairman of Grand Savings Bank, a small Oklahoma-based lender that entered the Northwest Arkansas market last year. GSB, at the time a two-branch operation and the 69th largest bank in Oklahoma, was acquired in April 2013 by a locally owned group of 16 investors primarily from Benton County. Among them?... [ MORE ]
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Playing With How You Think (OPINION)

In business, it's never just about what you do, because the outcome is influenced greatly by how you do it. [ MORE ]

Downtowns Remain Hubs for Community Identity, Business (OPINION)

Northwest Arkansas boasts several vibrant, unique city centers that are important to residents' way of life. [ MORE ]
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