Northwest Business Reporter
Furniture retailer I.O. Metro, which does business as Erdos at Home, has filed for bankruptcy protection and is asking a judge to allow the company to hold a going-out-of-business sale.
Cincinnati company specializes in prepared sandwiches, snack foods, entrees
Food giant Tyson Foods is acquiring AdvancePierre Foods, a supplier of meat, sandwiches and snacks, in a deal valued at $4.2 billion, the companies said Tuesday.
Oklahoma casinos owned and operated by American Indian tribes saw gambling revenue rise in 2015 and their associated hotels and restaurants made strong gains in nongambling revenue.
Location has more space for brewing, 2 taprooms
ROGERS -- Beer lovers stepping into Ozark Beer Company's new taproom and brewery in downtown Rogers are greeted with bright yellow tables and benches, a bar featuring custom signs that tout the company's signature suds, and the crisp smell of fresh paint.
Firm designs pistol aimed at concealed-carry market
The smell of metalworking oil is in the air, and the room buzzes and hums as machines turn billets of metal into custom parts for Wilson Combat's latest pistol.
Company will earn above $100M by year’s end, CEO says
Fayetteville-based Slim Chickens is continuing its growth strategy, opening its 51st operation in the United States and gearing up to start serving chicken at its first restaurant in the Saudi Arabia peninsula in May.
Settlement gets OK from judge
A judge in the Allens Inc. bankruptcy case approved a $4.8 million settlement -- nearly all of an insurance policy covering three of the defunct company's former directors.
Fines increased for drift damage; Senate targets dicamba
New bills increasing the penalty for the egregious use of herbicides in Arkansas were filed in both the House and Senate on Tuesday.
Mosquito-controller following nation’s franchise uptick
Brad Simon didn't dream that someday he'd be eliminating blood-sucking pests from people's yards, but he knew he wanted his own business, to be his own boss, and to build something for himself and his family.
America's Car-Mart saw its shares wilt Tuesday, closing down nearly 16 percent after the used-car dealer reported profits for its third quarter that missed analysts' estimates.