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  • Talk Business & Politics: Morning Briefing: Year over year Arkansas employment growth slowing
  • ArkansasOnline: Pine Bluff officials hope to change citgy's image, lift economy
  • ArkansasOnline: Analysts note sag in state job growth; unemployment rate remains at 3.8%
  • ArkansasOnline: Youth jobs center planned; Saline county aims to keep its graduates from leaving
  • Arkansas Newswire: Quarterly Business Analysis Luncheon Set for May 24 in Fayetteville
  • Talkbusiness & Politics: Randolph County may vote on alcohol sales in November
  • ArkansasOnline: Arkansas woman paid 78¢for man's $1, analysis finds
  • KASU: UA economist says regional planning for affordable housing needed before it's too late
  • Arkansas Online:  Northwest Arkansas wages increase, still low for unemployment rate
  • Arkansas Online: Northwest Arkansas job growth remains strong, white collar jobs increasing
  • Talkbusiness & Politics: UA economist says regional planning for affordable housing needed before it's too late
  • Talkbusiness & Politics: Mixed-use projects offer a solution to rising home prices
  • ArkansasOnline: Telecommuting growth slow in state
  • ArkansasOnline: Tarrifs opposed by farm coalition
  • U.S. News & World Report: Census: Arkansas populations shrink in 40 counties
  • NWA Democrat Gazette: Competing for collection: Region's economic growth seen in local sales tax revenue
  • NWA Democrat Gazette: Business is Booming: Regional job growth remains strong, white collar jobs increasing
  • NWA Democrat Gazette: Recruiting Talent Easy Sell
  • NWA Democrat Gazette: Home market keeps tightening
  • NWA Democrat Gazette: Wages rise, lag behind peers still, but area boasts lowest unemployment in group
  • SFGATE: Census: Arkansas populations shrink in 40 counties
  • ArkansasBusiness:  Report: NWA sees historically low vacancy rate
  • Pine Bluff Commercial: PB area sees largest population drop in state
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: Northwest Arkansas leads growth in state, 14th fastest-growing metro area nationwide
  • Arkansas Business: DOE drops its deal with clean line wind project won't cross Arkansas
  • Russellville Courier: Census: Arkansas populations shrink in 40 counties
  • ArkansasOnline: U.S. census data show 40 counties in Arkansas shrank from '16 to '17
  • NWAOline:  Jobless rate up to 3.8% for state
  • KNWA: NWA sees population rise
  • ArkansasOnline: Northwest Arkansas nears home crunch as new lots dwindle, sales stay brisk
  • ArkansasOnline: Northwest Arkansas job growth remains strong, white collar jobs increasing
  • NWAOnline: From the Agenda: Fayetteville Chamber Events-Combined C & D Committee & Transportation Committee meeting; Invited speaker Mervin Jebaraj, Executive Director, for the University of Arkansas Center for Business and Economic Research
  • ArkansasOnline: Arkansas home sales start the year up 6.7%
  • KNWA: Law from 2008 financial crisis may be undone
  • 40/29tv: Toys R Us closing could benefit locally-owned stores
  • ArkansasOnline: State's jobless rate stays put at 3.7%
  • KFSM5newsonline: UA Economist sees tariffs leading to consumer price hikes retaliation from other countries
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: UA economist sees tariffs leading to consumer price hikes, retaliation, from other countries
  • ArkansasOnline: Northwest Arkansas schools expand health care education to meet demand
  • TalkBusiness & Politics:  Arkansas workers see weekly wages stall in late 2017; Washington County among nation's top decliners
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: Credit card debt surpasses record $1 trillion in the fourth quarter
  • NWAOnline:  Senior housing booms in NW Arkansas
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: UA Walton College economist MervinJebaraj discusses President Trump's tariff proposal and what it could mean for the economy
  • NWAOnline: Assisted-living housing growing in NWA
  • NWAOnline: Northwest Arkansas schools expand health care education to meet demand
  • TalkBusiness and Politics:  Credit card debt surpasses record $1 trillion in the fourth quarter
  • NWAOnline:  Dillard's renews stock-buyback plan
  • NWAHomepage:  Report: NWA housing market tightening
  • KUAF: Home prices expected to rise again
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: NWA residential lot supply falls 25%, prices for available lots rise
  • Arkansas Business:  Report: Lot supply shrinking in Northwest Arkansas
  • TalkBusiness & Politics:  Panelists say NWA's housing issues require public-private coordination
  • NWAOnline: Search for affordability-Region pursues collaborative response on housing
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: Economist outlines 2018 expectations, federal tax cut impact
  • nwahomepage.com: Drop in the stock market grows concern on economy
  • ArkansasOnline: Food trucks booming, but it's hard work
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: Panelists say NWA's housing issues require public-private coordination
  • NWAOnline: Commercial rent rising as downtowns change in Northwest Arkansas
  • KUAF: Talk Business on KASU: Economist Mervin Jebaraj breaks down Arkansas' economy for '17, '18
  • KNWA: Drop in the Stock Market Grows Concern on Economy
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: Economist outlines 2018 expectations, federal tax cut impact
  • ArkansasOnline: Arkansas-based Tyson invests in lab-grown meat
  • NWAOnline:  Report: Housing needed in downtowns
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: UA Walton economist Mervin Jebaraj shares insight on how he expects the 2018 economy to perform
  • ArkansasOnline: Tyson's earnings a record for a 1Q
  • ArkansasOnline:  Arkansas' jobless rate holds at 3.7%
  • TalkBusiness & Politics:  Growth to continue during 2018 in Northwest Arkansas, state; human and and financial capital key to long-term growth
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: NWA residential sales hit $2 billion milestone in 2017
  • ArkansasOnline: Arkansas' jobless rate holds at 3.7%
  • NWAOnline: NWA Mall owners sue to lower property value millions