Sarah Campbell, Arkansas Business

Sarah Campbell

Arkansas Business

Big Rock Township, AR, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Inuvo Reports 1Q Net Loss of $1.7M

Advertising technology and digital publishing firm Inuvo Inc. of Little Rock reports first-quarter revenue of $17.2 million, down from $18.7 million in the same quarter last year. → Read More

Inuvo Executives See Pay Decline in 2016

Every officer at Inuvo Inc. of Little Rock saw their pay decline in 2016, according to the company's annual proxy statement. → Read More

DHS Officials: 'Arkansas Works' 2.0 Cheaper for State

The Arkansas Department of Human Services says the changes it's seeking for the Arkansas Works medicaid expansion will save the state as much as $93 million over five years. → Read More

CareLink CEO: Demand for Services Will Continue

If you aren't already caring for an elderly relative, you probably will be in the near future, with 10,000 people turning 65 every day for the next 15 years, CareLink President and CEO Luke Mattingly said. → Read More

Tom Hayes: Tyson Focused on Sustainable Growth

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale is focused on growing in Arkansas, president and CEO Tom Hayes said during the Arkansas Economic Development Foundation Luncheon in Little Rock. → Read More

What Does Acxiom Do?

CEO Scott Howe and several longtime employees explained what Acxiom Corp. of Conway does for its clients. → Read More

Acxiom Returning to Conway Roots

With the sale last month of its Little Rock headquarters, plans to renovate its Conway campus and hopes of expanding its client base, Acxiom Corp. CEO Scott Howe says his company is evolving. → Read More

Jonesboro Business Leaders Talk Health Care, Manufacturing

Northeast Arkansas has experienced a "robust economic expansion" and "some optimism is in order," economist Michael Pakko told business leaders at the second annual Regional Economic Forecast in Jonesboro. → Read More

Cancer-Fighting Tech, Livestock Tracker Win Big at Governor's Cup

Teams from the University of Arkansas, John Brown University, Arkansas State University and Harding University won big at the 17th Annual Donald W. Reynolds Governor's Cup competition. → Read More

Uniti Group CEO Kenny Gunderman Paid Less in 2016

Uniti Group Inc. CEO and President Kenny Gunderman's total compensation dropped from $6.4 million in 2015 to $5.1 million in 2016. → Read More

The New C-Level: UA-Little Rock Producing Chief Data Officers

Chief data officer is an emerging C-level executive role, and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is at the forefront of the trend with its new Institute for Chief Data Officers. → Read More

Governor's Data Analytics Commission Holds First Meeting

Gov. Asa Hutchinson kicks off the first meeting of his new Blue Ribbon Commission to Report on the Economic Competitiveness of Computing and Data Analytics in Arkansas. → Read More

Conway Booms, Setting Retail Records

Commercial development is thriving in Conway, evidenced by the nearly complete $65 million Lewis Crossing shopping center and plans for a startup space the city hopes will attract new and existing companies. → Read More

Chamber-Backed Marijuana Bill Awaiting Governor's Signature

A bill backed by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce to amend the state's new medical marijuana law has passed both houses and needs the governor's signature to become law. → Read More

Bradbury Family Foundation Gives $300K For Free Enterprise Scholarships

Arkansas State University announces a $300,000 gift from the Bradbury Family Foundation of Little Rock that will fund merit-based scholarships to six students each year who enroll in the new Bradbury Free Enterprise Scholars Program. → Read More

ArcBest CEO, Executives See Annual Compensation Declines

ArcBest Corp. CEO Judy McReynolds made $1.61 million in 2016, almost 30 percent less than the $2.26 million she made in 2015, the company reported in its annual proxy statement. → Read More

Downtown Startup Space Among Conway Chamber's Priorities

The Conway Area Chamber of Commerce says it will raise public and private money for seven "generation defining" projects, including a startup space that's already received a $1 million pledge from Conway Corp. → Read More

Report: Arkansas Home Sales, Prices Increased in January

The Arkansas Realtors Association says home sales and the average price of homes sold increased in January. → Read More

Skyline Report Shows Balanced NWA Real Estate Market

In northwest Arkansas, supply kept pace with demand as residential building permits and new homes being occupied increased almost equally, according to Arvest Bank's Skyline Report. → Read More

Barbara Ross-Lee: Arkansas Can Support 3 Medical Schools

Arkansas "absolutely, positively" needs doctors and can sustain three medical schools, Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee tells the Little Rock Rotary Club. → Read More