Third generation leaders from families who built top businesses in Arkansas shared how they see the future of the state at a Rotary Club of Little Rock meeting at the Clinton Center on Tuesday.
John Stephens, senior vice president and member of the mergers and acquisitions group for Stephens Inc., one of the largest privately owned investment banks in the U.S., noted a few priorities that could transform Arkansas: creating employment opportunities and investing in healthcare, tourism and education. Stephens also mentioned efforts by members of the Stephens family to support charter schools in Arkansas.
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