Opinion

by Tamika Edwards -

Ending poverty one judgment at a time

While making final remarks during the recent debate on changes to Arkansas Works – Arkansas’s version of Medicaid expansion that provides affordable coverage to adults earning very low incomes –…

by Stacey Mason -

15 skills to build

In 1997, a fascinating read hit the bookstore shelves titled “The Future Ain’t What It Use To Be” (Abrahamson, Meehan, Samuel). It examined not only the cultural trends that were…

by Robert Coon -

In defense of Goldilocks

If the old fairy tale character Goldilocks were a candidate for political office, it’s fair to assume she’d be considered moderate. Of course, she’d be criticized on social media by…

by Laura Andress -

Recruiting ‘outside the box’

Every company, regardless of size or industry, wants to skim the best recruits off the top of the talent pool. The fact is, though, if you want employees who think outside…

by Brian Kratkiewicz -

The future of advertising

Marketing experts from across the world gathered at the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) Digital Conference in Austin, Texas, recently to share views on the trends guiding and shaping the…

by Vicki Vasser-Jenkins -

Estate planning and potential pitfalls

Estate planning is a blueprint for the accumulation, conservation and distribution of assets that accomplish your personal tax and nontax objectives. Action now can strongly influence, if not determine, what will…