All four Arkansas member of the U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday (May 17) to repeal Obamacare. It is the 37th time the Republican-controlled body has voted to repeal the broad federal legislation that will vastly change U.S. health care delivery and payment.
Documents reviewed by The City Wire show Fort Smith city officials knew about Whirlpool's plan to request a groundwater well ban as early as June of last year and that Whirlpool may not have been forthcoming with the city or the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality about its requ
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.
Wal-Mart said it will not sign an accord with European retailers over factory safety in Bangladesh, but has opted to conduct its own inspections at 100% of the factories in that country where goods for the retail giant are made.
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.