Milken Institute Names Fayetteville MSA #26

The Milken Institute released its annual survey of best performing metropolitan areas. The Fayetteville Metropolitan Statistical Area (Northwest Arkansas) jumped seventeen spots from #43 to #26 amongst large metro areas. Little Rock jumped all the way from #93 to #19. 

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