Softer consumer sales hindered by higher taxes and larger heating bills this winter led to missed analysts’ expectations by Wal-Mart Stores – but the company still pocketed $3.78 billion in its fiscal first quarter ending April 27.
It’s been seven years since the local real estate market has favored sellers to the extent seen last month as buyer demand outpaced inventory levels, according to industry analyst Paul Bynum with MountData.com.
Van Buren-based USA Truck inducted 13 new members into the President’s Million Mile Club and honored six existing members reaching new safe driving milestone levels during a luncheon May 4 at the Fort Smith (AR) Convention Center.
Washington Regional Medical Center is the only hospital in Northwest Arkansas — and one of only four in the state — to earn an “A” Hospital Safety Score by The Leapfrog Group, an independent national nonprofit run by employers and other large purchasers of health benefits, according to a hospital
Regionalism is part of the allure of Fort Smith and it will be key to the future growth of the area's economy. That is according to two speakers at the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce's Business Expo today (May 10).