NWA Business Journal

Today's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report includes an interview with Randy Zook, the president and CEO of the Arkansas Chamber of Commerce and the Associated Industries of Arkansas, about the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the state's economy. Paul Gatling also provides an update on WeWork's plans for a building in downtown Bentonville.

This week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report includes an examination of what is happening with mortgages during the coronavirus outbreak.

In today's edition of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report, Paul Gatling speaks with Keith Woodruff, the chief technical officer at Edafio Technology Partners, about how IT companies are responding to the increased demand for remote capabilities as companies and schools go virtual during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to figures released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Arkansas has the highest heart attack and stroke death rates in the country. On today's edition of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report, Roby Brock speaks with Chad Rodgers and Michelle Rupp from the Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care about ways to lower the odds of having a heart attack or stroke.

This week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report includes an update on the first year of Woman-Run, a networking group for women and minority business owners. Paul Gatling speaks with Meredith Lowry, an attorney with Wright Lindsey Jennings, about why she launched the initiative.

The chancellor at the University of Arkansas Little Rock is launching a process of "rentrenchment" to reposition the school to adapt to current economic realities. She talked with Roby Brock for this week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report.

Work continues to make the Arkansas aerospace industry grow. On this week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report with Paul Gatling, Chad Causey, the executive director of the Arkansas Aerospace & Defense Alliance, provides an update on those efforts.

This week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report with Paul Gatling includes a conversation with Brad Crain, the new president and CEO of Arvest Bank in Benton County.

On today's edition of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report, Paul Gatling speaks with Steve Case, the chairman and CEO of Revolution, a Washington, D.C.-based venture capital firm, about his Rise of the Rest tour. The tour will be making a stop in Bentonville in April in conjunction with the Heartland Summit.

On today's edition of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report, Roby Brock speaks with three business executives who had a front row seat to the business and policy changes that have shaped Arkansas since the Great Recession.

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