University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

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  • Talk Business & Politics: Economist hopes for tax reform over tax cuts, also eyeing wage growth
  • ArkansasOnline: Report: Region strong on job growth
  • NWAhomepage.com: Homes sell like hotcakes in northwest Arkansas
  • 40/29tv.com: Del Monte facility in Siloam Springs to close immediately
  • Talk Business and Politics: Skyline Report: Commercial vacancy rates at lowest level in 13 years
  • 40/29 tv.com: Skyline Report indicates very positive economic news for NWA
  • Charlotte Observer:  Poverty rate in Arkansas shrinks
  • NWAOnline:  Bikes, Blues & BBQ spreading regionally
  • Talk Business and Politics:  Northwest Arkansas residential market still hot, but pace of growth hits the brakes
  • NWAOnline: Wal-Mart to build new headquarters
  • ArkansasOnline: State's jobless rate up 0.1% in August
  • NWAOnline: Experts: Amazon headquarters try good for Little Rock
  • NWAOnline: Wal-Mart reorganizing to better compete online
  • NWAOnline: Restructuring set at Wal-Mart
  • Talk Business & Politics: Wal-Mart to move 130 claims jobs from Bartlesville to Rogers
  • NWAOnline: Report: Housing lots running short
  • 5newsonline.com: New homes being sold in northwest Arkansas on the rise
  • Talk Business and Politics: Wal-Mart to move 130 claims jobs from Bartlesville to Rogers
  • NWAOnline:  Pace of housing sales in state slows in July
  • NWAOnline: Arkansas museum picks name, head for new arts venue
  • Talk Business and Politics: Skyline Report: Supply of existing homes, buildable lots tightening in NWA
  • KUAF: Good News for NWA Economy
  • NWAOnline: Arkansas museum picks name, head for new arts venue
  • Arkansas Business: Report: Home supply shrinking in Northwest Arkansas
  • Talk Business and Politics: Economist Mervin Jebaraj reminds that Frank Broyles economic impact more than $2.9 billion
  • Talk Business and Politics: Walton College economist Mervin Jebaraj discusses current economic conditions 
  • The Harrison Daily: Economic growth still 2 percent
  • ArkansasOnline: Housing sales hit '06 level in state
  • 40/29 News: Housing sales hit '06 level in state
  • The Times-Picayune: Frank Broyles was the undisputed Boss Hog