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Arvest Bank in Little Rock Names Virgil Miller as New CRA Director
http://www.arkansasbusiness.com/article/96543/arvest-bank-in-little-rock-names-virgil-miller-as-new-cra-director
Miller's career in banking stretches back 36 years, the last 13 of which were spent at Metropolitan National Bank in Little Rock, where he served as the CRA officer. Miller, a graduate of Arkansas Tech University, also worked at Worthen Bank, Boatmen's

Five-minute guide to interest rates
http://www.express.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/456101/Five-minute-guide-to-interest-rates
Five-minute guide to interest rates The number of people out of work is just above the target set last year by Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, which could trigger a review on raising interest rates. On Friday, Carney said that interest rates were likely to remain low in the medium

The Gadfly of Greenwich Real Estate
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/26/business/the-gadfly-of-greenwich-real-estate.html?hpw&rref=business
Though the Federal Reserve's policy of rock-bottom interest rates over the last few years has revived the value of many of the nation's subdivisions and sent stocks soaring to historic highs, it has prompted only modest interest in the over-the-top

Down in the polls, Stephen Harper finds public affection abroad
http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2014/01/25/down_in_the_polls_stephen_harper_finds_public_affection_abroad.html
Down in the polls, Stephen Harper finds public affection abroad And on this, his first-ever trip to Israel, it was like the pent-up appreciation finally let loose, with a standing ovation in the Knesset, praise at Tel Aviv University, where he was awarded an honorary doctorate, and at the Western Wall, where he got

Otis Elevator At Arvest Bank Downtown Little Rock, Ar

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A Guide To The 2018 Little Rock Mayoral Race

October 22 is the start of early voting in Arkansas, and November 6 is when the residents of Little Rock will have a chance to elect a new mayor for the first time in 12 years.

Incumbent Mark Stodola, who has been in office since 2007, is not seeking re-election. KUAR teamed up with The Central Arkansas Library System, The League of Women Voters of Pulaski County and The American Association of University Women of Little Rock to introduce the city to its five candidates for mayor through a series of five forums covering economic opportunity, crime, infrastructure, education, and general topics.

If you missed any of the five mayoral forums and our airing of them on 89,1 here is a guide to see where each candidate stands on the issues. The five candidates are: Glen Schwarz, Frank Scott Jr., Warwick Sabin, Vincent Tolliver, and Baker Kurrus.

A quick take on each candidate:

Warwick Sabin has held three terms in the Arkansas House of Representatives and sponsored bills like the earned income tax credit. Sabin has also founded the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, which is designed to help young people and adults get the resources they need to start a business.

Group of doctors pays $12M for Kmart site in Little Rock, plans development

A group of physicians has purchased the former Kmart shopping center at 10901 Rodney Parham Road in Little Rock for $12 million, with plans to develop the 16-acre site into a medical complex that would include other doctors.

Chris Moses, president and chief executive officer of Newmark Moses Tucker Partners, said Premier Gastroenterology Associates will spend another $23 million to "transform the blighted Kmart into a first-class mixed-use" development that will be called Premier Medical Plaza. The renovation will start immediately, with completion next summer, Moses said.

Physicians with Premier, now based at the Baptist Medical Center's campus off Interstate 630, will take over about half of the 100,000 square feet of the former Kmart store. Moses said his company's negotiations with other physicians groups to fill the rest of the building were going well.

The shopping center includes businesses such as 10 Fitness, Grapevine Wines and Spirits and Olive Garden, Black Angus and Grady's Pizza & Subs restaurants. Kmart closed its store about a year ago.