Editor Paul Gatling of the Northwest Business Journal and Speaker-designate Rep. Brian Evans

This week, Arkansas has been busy with several developments. Firstly, Walmart announced layoffs and appointed a new Speaker-designate for the Arkansas House. Talk Business and Politics host Roby Brock discussed Walmart’s earnings and corporate layoffs with Northwest Arkansas Business Journal editor Paul Gatling. They also talked about Roby’s recent interview with Steuart Walton, grandson of Walmart founder Sam Walton.

In addition to the Walmart news, Roby met with Arkansas Republican Speaker-designate Rep. Brian Evans to discuss his upcoming role and budget issues facing the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. The show airs on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on FOX 16. For more coverage, visit TalkBusiness.net.

The episode featured a discussion between Roby Brock and Northwest Arkansas Business Journal editor Paul Gatling about Walmart’s earnings and corporate layoffs, as well as an interview with Steuart Walton, grandson of Walmart founder Sam Walton. Additionally, Roby met with Arkansas Republican Speaker-designate Rep. Brian Evans to discuss his upcoming role and budget issues facing the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

Talk Business & Politics is hosted by Roby Brock and airs on Sunday at 9:30 a.m., providing viewers with up-to-date coverage of business news in Northwest Arkansas through TalkBusiness.net

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