Paul Gatling

Contributing Reporter

Contributing reporter from Northwest Arkansas Business Journal and Talk Politics.

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The University of Arkansas Razorback Recycling program is feeling the global shift in the recycling market, we find out how the school plans to deal with the changes on campus. Plus, Crystal Bridges now has glasses that make art more accessible to color blind visitors. And, more about a Missouri-based company that has its sights set on the limestone in Carroll County.

First Tee Northwest Arkansas teaches golf, leadership and more. The new director explains the organization's mission during this week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report.

The latest edition of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal includes a conversation with Bishop Woosley, the director of the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery, about a financial milestone.

Vermont senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders attended the annual Walmart Shareholders Meeting on behalf of protesters and workers seeking higher wages and more representation in the company. Plus, the Ozark Guidance Summer Professional Development Series, which features sessions on suicide and self-injury, anxiety and unconscious bias, opens up to the public. And we find out what it takes to be able to cast a ballot in the Tony Awards.

In today's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report, Paul Gatling sits down with Wright Lindsey Jennings attorney Meredith Lowry, Founder and CEO of 3E Software Joe Earhart, and J.B. Hunt Senior Director of Engineering and Technology Brad Garrard for a roundtable discussion of blockchain, data privacy and employee recruitment in a business world driven by technology.

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