Tagged: Opinion And Analysis

Upside Down World (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Upside Down World (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionEditor's Note

It’s almost like the Business Roundtable heard Olivia Farrell’s speech when she accepted the Little Rock Rotary Club’s Business & Professional Leader of the Year award in June and decided to get on board. read more >

Not a Good Look II (Editorial)

Not a Good Look II (Editorial)

Opinion

Even a $38.8 million “economic development fee” pledged by Cherokee Nation Businesses can whitewash illegal meetings and a willingness to disregard the citizens’ wishes. read more >

Not a Good Look (Editorial)

Not a Good Look (Editorial)

OpinionBanking & FinanceLegalTechnology & Telecom

It takes some doing to make Wells Fargo look like a sympathetic victim, but the legal community in Pope County has managed it. read more >

That’s Just Wrong (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

That’s Just Wrong (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionHealth CareLegalEditor's Note

Rivendell’s hiring of a nurse still on professional probation for a drug problem to work with drug addicts, and then protecting him to the point of destroying evidence feels like a systemic problem. read more >

Connection Equals Power (Editorial)

Connection Equals Power (Editorial)

OpinionTechnology & Telecom

High-speed broadband has become almost as essential to civilized living as electricity or safe drinking water, products provided for the most part by public utilities, products that, with occasional exceptions, are provided relatively cheaply and reliably. read more >

Words vs. Actions (Editorial)

Words vs. Actions (Editorial)

OpinionLegal

Last week, state Rep. Mickey Gates gave his fellow legislators another opportunity to show they’re serious about restoring public trust. read more >

'Ever Mindful' (Editorial)

'Ever Mindful' (Editorial)

Opinion

While P. Allen Smith is seeking a $645,600 raise from the state, Stacy Hurst, chief of the Department of Parks, Heritage & Tourism, wants proof that Smith is earning the $200,000 he currently gets. read more >

Flagging Disrespect (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Flagging Disrespect (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionEditor's Note

I believe in the economic boycott as a perfectly legitimate, free-market tool for encouraging different corporate behavior. It sometimes even works, although there seem to be a lot more calls for boycotts than subsequent victory celebrations. read more >

Futuristic Thinking (Editorial)

Futuristic Thinking (Editorial)

Opinion

A roundtable discussion hosted by the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission showed a clear consensus that short-term thinking that suffocates long-range planning and investment is a real problem recognized by the vast majority of public company executives. read more >