Part one of interview with Steuart Walton, focusing on Bentonville’s past
Don’t miss part one of an interview with Steuart Walton, focusing on Bentonville’s past. We’ll reminisce about unique experiences growing up in Bentonville, hear Steuart’s favorite memory of his grandfather, and discuss why the sense of community has been (and continues to be) so strong in our city. Watch HERE.
More than 200 people gathered at the Record in Bentonville last Thursday for an Axios event focused on the recreation economy in the Natural State. At the event, Tom Walton, co-founder of holding company Runway Group, alluded to an announcement related to gravel cycling. What's happening: Runway will on Monday…Read More
The Walton brothers appeared last month on a panel with AOL co-founder Steve Case during Gov. Asa Hutchinson's policy forum known as the America Leads summit. The event, held in Bentonville, attracted politicians, business leaders and policy wonks from across the country. As recently as five years ago, the brothers…Read More
As Downtown Bentonville Inc. celebrates its 20th anniversary, some local business leaders talk about Bentonville’s rapid growth. The Walton brothers called the downtown environment in local cities “the beating heart of Northwest Arkansas.”
Bentonville-based RZC Investments, the investment platform for Steuart and Tom Walton, grandsons of Walmart founder Sam Walton, has invested an undisclosed amount in commercial real estate startup Loloft in Rogers. Loloft is an acronym for “Local Logistics, Flexible Terms.” The business model operates similarly to a regular co-working concept but…Read More
“We want Bentonville to compete in the global arena, and we had to look at our best pitch. … Here, it is logistics and supply chain. We then had to try to perfect that. We also looked at what makes us unique, our natural amenities, and we have invested in…Read More
Bentonville, Arkansas may not ring a bell for most people, but this weekend the town hosted a major, new music, art and technology festival: FORMAT. It shouldn’t be a surprise. Bentonville is the home of Walmart and, over the past ten years, the Walton family has done their utmost to…Read More
Bentonville’s Yeyo’s El Alma de Mexico has landed on the New York Times 2022 Restaurant List, a compilation of 50 restaurants in America selected by food reporters, editors and critics from the New York Times as their favorites of 2022. Yeyo’s is the only Arkansas restaurant featured on this year’s…Read More
"Given the way that we are developing, and the progress we are making, I see the growth as a positive thing. I fully acknowledge that there are challenges, but I think our region is prepared to handle those in a responsible way." ~Steuart Walton
Rhinestone cowboy boots stand alongside elegant Hollywood gowns and streetwear pieces at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art’s first ever fashion exhibition, Fashioning America: Grit to Glamour, which opens this weekend in Bentonville, Arkansas.