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Business professors nationwide and in Arkansas are reporting the growing trend. Carol Reeves, an associate professor of management at the University of Arkansas’ Walton College of Business, says entrepreneurship programs... Read More →
On Thursday, the graduate and undergraduate winners of the 2010 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Collegiate Business Plan Competition will be announced at the sixth annual Governor’s Cup awards dinner.... Read More →
Arkansas Tech University students will compete against eleven other teams in the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Competition on Thursday. During the competition the Arkansas Tech team, which includes Samuel Collier, Zachary Massey,... Read More →
This video from NovogradacCPAs describes the incentive the tax credit provides for companies to invest in low-income communities; also, it shows the basic new markets tax credit structure and definition.
Several budding capitalists were recently chosen to participate in the next round of the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Graduate and Undergraduate Business Plan Competition. A total of 12 undergraduate... Read More →
Arkansas Baptist College announced Thursday that it will invest $18 million to expand its Little Rock campus by adding a new residence hall and general education building and purchasing nearby... Read More →
Not long ago, the enrollment level at Arkansas Baptist College was around 300 students. The college facilities were neither updated nor plentiful, and there was not enough housing available for... Read More →
On Wednesday (March 10), the Senate passed the “American Workers, State, and Business Relief Act of 2010.” Besides providing $1.5 billion in disaster funds for agriculture, the bill would reinstate... Read More →
Ouachita Baptist University’s Hickingbothom School of Business recently held its inaugural Business Plan Competition. Participating students formed teams or worked individually under the supervision of a faculty member to create... Read More →