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Daily Digest: July 12, 2019


Find out what’s happening in Arkansas business and politics every day with the Arkansas Money & Politics Daily Digest. We collect each day’s important news and deliver it to you in one convenient article.


Alexander Acosta resigns as labor secretary. | Arkansas Money & Politics

Libertarian Party challenges ballot restrictions. | Arkansas Money & Politics

Foster care numbers have decreased since 2016. | Arkansas Money & Politics

Fred’s to close 129 more stores. | Arkansas Money & Politics

Edwin Ortiz aims to solve a big problem. | Arkansas Money & Politics

AgHeritage FCS announces two promotions. | Arkansas Money & Politics

St. Bernards adds medical towers. | Arkansas Business

In Oklahoma, there are clashes over casino dollars. | Arkansas Business

Professor says Walmart settlement was “excessive.” | Talk Business & Politics

Neighborhood groups drop demand to halt I-30 project. | Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Henderson State University trustees to consider president’s contract. | Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

American businesspeople have growing concerns about China. | The New York Times

U.S.-India trade talks to resume. | Bloomberg

What does it mean to be a worker today? | Bloomberg

Venture capitalists are cashing out with IPOs. | Quartz

Trump goes after bitcoin. | Quartz

Amazon to spend $700 million to retrain employees. | Inc.

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