Arkansas Business Weekly Edition

July 16, 2018

New Frontier For Boomers: Aging in Place This article is available only in print.

New Frontier For Boomers: Aging in Place
Jason Burt

As they have since they first started coming into it, baby boomers are having an outsized effect on the world, including the world of design, particularly residential architecture design. read more >

Adult Day Care: Niche Offers Option to Home Care This article is available only in print.

With $8 billion in annual revenue nationwide, and more than 200,000 employees at about 15,000 care facilities, the adult day care industry is competing against other forms of senior assistance. read more >

Not Your Grandparents' Retirement Village: Boomers Choose Amenities Fitting Their Lifestyles This article is available only in print.

Baby boomers — the generation born from 1946 through 1964 — are a huge reason retirement communities are big business. read more >

Executive Q&A

Attorney Raymon B. Harvey on Questions to Ask Before Your Senior Years

Attorney Raymon B. Harvey on Questions to Ask Before Your Senior Years

Little Rock lawyer Raymon B. Harvey, who specializes in elder law, emphasizes planning in considering the needs of an aging population. read more >

Spotlight: The Business of Aging

New Frontier For Boomers: Aging in Place

New Frontier For Boomers: Aging in Place This article is available only in print.

As they have since they first started coming into it, baby boomers are having an outsized effect on the world, including the world of design, particularly residential architecture design. read more >

Not Your Grandparents' Retirement Village: Boomers Choose Amenities Fitting Their Lifestyles

Not Your Grandparents' Retirement Village: Boomers Choose Amenities Fitting Their Lifestyles This article is available only in print.

Baby boomers — the generation born from 1946 through 1964 — are a huge reason retirement communities are big business. read more >

Adult Day Care: Niche Offers Option to Home Care

Adult Day Care: Niche Offers Option to Home Care This article is available only in print.

With $8 billion in annual revenue nationwide, and more than 200,000 employees at about 15,000 care facilities, the adult day care industry is competing against other forms of senior assistance. read more >

Arkansas Population 65 and Over Stands at 16 Percent

Arkansas Population 65 and Over Stands at 16 Percent

At 19 percent, Florida, Maine and Montana had the greatest concentration of residents 65-plus. read more >

Pulaski, Crittenden Counties Lead State in Adult Day Care Centers

Pulaski, Crittenden Counties Lead State in Adult Day Care Centers This article is available only in print.

Twenty-two adult day care centers are operating in 12 counties of Arkansas. read more >

Opinion & Analysis

Age and Infirmity (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Age and Infirmity (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Having more and better options when age gives way to infirmity is even more motivation for disciplined savings. read more >

CEOs Aren't Talking to Customers (Jim Karrh On Marketing)

CEOs Aren't Talking to Customers (Jim Karrh On Marketing)

Given the truth that CEOs are ultimately responsible for the growth of the enterprise, one detail stands out: “Most of our CEOs were dismayed to discover how little time they spent with their customers — just 3% on average.” read more >

Forward Motion (Editorial)

Forward Motion (Editorial)

It's too late to wonder why the MMC didn't use the same time-tested approach used by the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to distribute package store licenses when a county goes wet: set a deadline for applications, determine whether each applicant meets all legal requirements and then draw randomly from among the qualified applicants. read more >