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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

Riding the elevator at Arvest Bank. ~Elevator # 2725 Info~ Brand: Otis Type: Geared Traction Capacity: 3500 LBS Speed: 350 FPM No. Of Floors: 5 ...

First Community Bank Begins Full-Service Banking in Little Rock

First Community Bank of Batesville said Thursday that it received regulatory approval to become a full-service banking center in Little Rock. 

The move makes First Community Bank's lending center at the corner of Kavanaugh and Cantrell its 20th full-service location. René Julian, former senior vice president for First National Bankers Bank in Little Rock, is community president for the Little Rock region.

"The First Community Bank model is to provide a one-stop-financial center that combines convenience, state-of-the-art products and red carpet service," Julian said in a news release. "While we will continue to focus on commercial, retail and home lending, we now have the ability to bring a unique lineup of checking and retail products to Little Rock."

The bank offers remote deposit, mobile banking and Internet banking, as well as a "smart" ATM and a drive-through banking lane.  

"We've assembled a great team of bankers for the Little Rock region," said Dale Cole, chairman and CEO of First Community Bank. "I know that Rene' and his team are going to do great things for Little Rock. I expect that we will quickly expand and grow with this great community.

Three restaurant deals part of latest Pulaski County transactions

LEKS LLC, a limited liability company based in Cerritos, Calif., paid $1.14 million last month to acquire the building and property of a Burger King on Maumelle Boulevard near a North Little Rock Wal-Mart Supercenter.

The 2,800 square foot Burger King was built in 2008.

The last appraised value of the building and property was $1.5 million.

Flis Enterprises owns the Burger King, one of 21 that the firm owns in Arkansas. Dominic Flis, president of Flis Enterprises, said the sale-leaseback deal is the fourth he's done with his restaurants this year.

"We continue to be tenants," Flis said. "There's a market out there [for sale-leasebacks]. It's a form of financing for restaurant people."

An attempt to reach Shiingwue Cheng, the managing member of LEKS, was unsuccessful.

The Burger King deal is one of at least three recent restaurant transactions in Pulaski County.

STEAK HOUSES

A Saltgrass Steak House restaurant is planned for a parcel near the Bass Pro Shop and the Outlets of Little Rock near Interstate 30 and Interstate 430.