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Talk Business Arkansas
Fri March 7, 2014
3/7/14: Talk Business Arkansas
This update: The "private option" passes the Arkansas House of Representatives; The first week of former Ark. Treasurer Martha Shoffner's trial concludes; CEO of Little Rock Baptist Health System is retiring after 40 years with the company; Simmons First National Corp. will consolidate its subsidiaries into a single banking operation; Tyson wins a big contract with the US government; Mountain Valley Water is expanding after Great Range Capital acquired it; Union Pacific Corp sees positive signs in the US economy.