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ABF Freight workers vote on wage pact

5-year deal includes bonuses, restoration of vacation week

ABF Freight workers are deciding whether to accept a new labor contract after ArcBest Corp. and the Teamsters recently reached a tentative five-year agreement.

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Walmart CEO's total pay down 22% to $18.3M

Executive compensation packages for Walmart's top executives showed a general decline, and the company detailed further its changes for its annual shareholders meeting as part of its annual proxy statement filed Friday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Walmart readying redesigned website for rollout in May

Walmart Inc. is putting the finishing touches on an updated Walmart.com, promising a website redesign that will be more contemporary, easier to navigate and personalized for customers.

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Arkansas-based J.B. Hunt sees earnings jump 15%

First-quarter net income tops $118M on revenue of $1.95B

J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. on Monday reported net income of $118.1 million in the first quarter of 2018, a 15 percent increase from the same three-month period a year ago.

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Walmart eases rules to allow its suppliers to deliver day early

Walmart Inc. has adjusted its delivery guidelines for suppliers, allowing some to have the option of getting shipments to regional distribution centers one day earlier than the scheduled arrival date.

Arkansas woman paid 78¢ for man’s $1, analysis finds

Women in Arkansas typically earn 78 cents for every dollar paid to men, according to a gender pay analysis from the National Partnership for Women & Families.

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Walmart to hold security seminar in Arkansas; retailer's focus is to protect data

Walmart Inc.'s Tim MalcolmVetter used a professional football analogy when describing one of the reasons the company is hosting an information security conference in Northwest Arkansas today.

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Toys R Us exit opens new game

Walmart sure to play but strategy needed, say analysts

Toys R Us liquidation sales have been in full swing for more than a week, attracting customers to hundreds of U.S. stores -- including locations in Little Rock, North Little Rock and Fayetteville -- to purchase items before the retailer closes its doors for good.

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Walmart giving Humana a look as health tie-in

Talks said to be preliminary

Walmart Inc. is reportedly exploring an opportunity to take a significant step into the U.S. health insurance industry by acquiring health insurance company Humana Inc.

'Smart city' pitched for Arkansas

Rick Webb, the director of Bentonville-based Grit Studios, believes Northwest Arkansas has everything in place to become a "living laboratory" for technology-enabled communities.

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