Opinion

by Gov. Asa Hutchinson -

Selling Arkansas overseas

Today I want to report on my current international trip as I make the case that Arkansas is a great place to do business. This trip has taken me to…

by Chris Simon -

Rigged in your favor

One of my favorite people is Arianna Huffington, the creator of The Huffington Post and successful in multiple business ventures. While starting The Huffington Post, Arianna passed out from exhaustion,…

by Ray Hanley -

Be a good steward

Antibiotics play a crucial role in health care. They have improved survival rates after trauma, reduced tuberculosis worldwide and made transplants and cancer therapy possible. But, with such greatness comes…

by Paul Holmes -

All hail the mighty boll weevil

Unless you have served in the Army or argued with that irritating voice in your GPS while seeking a shortcut to the Gulf Coast, you may not be acquainted with…

by Mark Zweig -

The trouble with entrepreneurship

Everyone is interested in entrepreneurship these days it seems. It has become part of our pop culture with TV shows such as “Shark Tank” and “The Profit” reaching millions of…

by Greg Kaza -

Recession call is premature

Significant attention has focused recently on the inverted yield curve. The yield curve for U.S. treasuries is said to invert when a short rate such as the three-month Treasury bill trades…

by Stacey Mason -

Put your whole self in

I recently attended a weeklong improv intensive class offered through TheatreSquared in Fayetteville taught by Jordan Haynes. First of all, Jordan is brilliant. He’s a gifted improviser who will absolutely…

by Carter Malloy -

Farmland investments take root

As Arkansans, most of us know someone who owns some farmland. Agriculture is the largest industry in the state and for many is part of their family’s heritage, yet almost…

by Josh Davenport and Heather Nelson -

A power shift

A transition in Arkansas’s economy is underfoot. As residents change the way they receive goods and services, particularly in rural communities, businesses have been faced with a difficult choice: adapt…