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Philip Hood

November 30 - December 6, 2020

Mayor Frank Scott scores big economic development wins amid pandemic, nationwide recession

As a former banking executive, a Little Rock Port Authority board member, and an economic adviser to Gov. Mike Beebe, Mayor Frank Scott Jr. entered office nearly two years ago with major bona fides as a job recruiter and creator.

Trump administration’s new organ donation rules could force Arkansas nonprofit into decertification

Under new rules finalized by the Trump administration, the Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency (ARORA) could be decertified or merged into another agency if it cannot improve its standing among the worst-performing organ procurement organizations (OPOs) in the U.S.

First-generation UA Little Rock Bowen Law School student plans to support workers’ rights

Philip Hood, a second-year law student at the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law and first-generation student, has always seen college as a pathway to success.

COVID-19 Small Business Resources

The Daily Record staff is compiling a comprehensive list of COVID-19 resources for small business owners and companies in Central Arkansas. a This list will be updated regularly in weekly print edition. If you have any information that should be included on this page, please send to us at editor@dailydata.com

Brown on Business

In about the same space and time it takes a teenager to navigate his adolescent years before entering adulthood, online shopping has been fully embraced by U.S. consumers as an American way of life in the past decade.