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Buckminster Fuller's papers yield recipe

Crystal Bridges taps Rogers brewery

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art curatorial assistant Dylan Turk got an unexpected surprise when he was looking through a journal from the late architect Buckminster Fuller a few months ago.

Wal-Mart opens 6th network warehouse

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. opened an e-commerce warehouse in Davenport, Fla., on Tuesday.

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Wal-Mart leads rivals in food-price survey

Amazon.com's acquisition of Whole Foods for $13.7 billion last month signaled the e-commerce giant was serious about becoming a major player in the grocery industry.

Retailer contest a search for ideas

Wal-Mart’s goal is virtual reality

The retail technology investment arm of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. wants to uncover innovative ways to apply virtual reality to commerce and has partnered with Arianna Huffington's startup Thrive Global to create a competition for developers.

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Ecoark finding talent it needs

2 execs reshaping holding company

It didn't take long for Jay Puchir and Charles Rateliff to realize they had a similar vision for Rogers-based Ecoark Holdings Inc.

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500 firms tout wares, ask Wal-Mart to buy

Michael Baptiste and his business partner, H.E. Neter Kush Ben Alkebulan, were the most visible entrepreneurs walking around Wal-Mart's home office Wednesday.

Inventors take pitches to Wal-Mart

Hugh Jarratt came up with his latest invention after his 2-year-old son knocked over a fragrance warmer, spilling hot wax in the family's Fayetteville home.

Amazon hiring in Wal-Mart country

Amazon.com is looking for tech workers in the heart of Wal-Mart country.

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Wal-Mart closing dazes Arkansas town

Waldron hunts ways to fill void as giant packs up to leave

WALDRON -- The sign outside Waldron Drug offers a helping hand to the stunned residents of this small Arkansas town facing the unsettling news that the local Wal-Mart store is closing next month.

Amazon snaps up grocery market

Whole Foods buy to rattle industry

A busy week in the U.S. grocery industry was highlighted by a stunning announcement Friday morning: Amazon.com was acquiring Whole Foods Market in a transaction valued at about $13.7 billion.

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