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Friday, May 25, 2007

Stephens at the Clinton Center

Posted By on Fri, May 25, 2007 at 12:30 PM

As promised (we're learning a new video editing system which has us throughly confuzzled — sorry for the delay), here is video from Warren Stephens' visit to the Clinton Center on Thursday.

Stephens spoke on a variety of themes, hence the three separate clips. The first is Stephens' very limited comment on the recent power struggle between Little Rock School Superintendent Roy Brooks and the LR School Board.  In the second, Stephens addresses the sale of Alltel and Acxiom and what that might mean for Arkansas. In the third, he takes on allegations of conflict of interest in Stephens, Inc. helping handle the sale of Alltel to a private equity firm.


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