Arkansas

Arkansas Casinos may resume operations on May 18 with limited players

Arkansas Casinos may resume operations on May 18 with limited players

Gaming regulators in Arkansas have confirmed that they are moving ahead with casino reopening plans and the gaming facilities in the state could resume operations as soon as 18th of May this year.

Increase in Cattle Rise in Six Months

Increase in Cattle Rise in Six Months

A letter sent by Springdale, Arkansas-based Tyson to cattle suppliers has highlighted that the use of the feed supplement Zilmax, also dubbed as zilpaterol, is one of the possible reasons for the animals unable to walk.

Mental Illness Awareness Week 2010 in Full Swing

Mental Illness Awareness Week 2010 in Full Swing

This week is being marked as the mental awareness week throughout the Stateline. The week was first observed by Arkansas First Lady Ginger Beebe, who made the public announcement of the week in Little Rock.

Xerox might takeover ACS

Xerox

A deal can be finalized by Darwin Deason, the hard-charging son of an Arkansas' chicken farmer and founder of Affiliated Computer Services, with Xerox Corp. Under the deal, the latter will takeover the former, paying it a huge sum of money. Deason had found Affiliated Computer Services in 1988.

Wal-Mart intends creating 22,000 jobs in US; improves health coverage

Wal-Mart

With its focus on expansions and renovations, discounter Wal-Mart intends opening 150 new or expanded namesake stores in the US in 2009, for which the company to create nearly 22,000 jobs at newer

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