Arkansas Business Weekly Edition

September 17, 2018

Obamacare Lawsuit Stirs Worries for Insurers This article is available only in print.

Obamacare Lawsuit Stirs Worries for Insurers

Arkansas and 19 other Republican-led states are taking their shot at dismantling the Affordable Care Act, rekindling the anxieties of health care executives who fear thousands of Arkansans could lose insurance coverage. read more >

200 Jobs New to Tata, Not to Little Rock This article is available only in print.

When India's largest multinational business group, Tata, announced its growing presence in Arkansas in May, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. said it was welcoming “more than 200 new employees to Little Rock.” Actually, the workers were already here. read more >

Property & Casualty Holds No Luster for Most Lenders This article is available only in print.

After a path was cleared for banks to get into the insurance business, few Arkansas lenders jumped in. read more >

This Week's List

Property & Casualty Holds No Luster for Most Lenders

Property & Casualty Holds No Luster for Most Lenders This article is available only in print.

After a path was cleared for banks to get into the insurance business, few Arkansas lenders jumped in. read more >


Executive Q&A

QualChoice CEO Randall Crow Claims Arkansas Has Premium Asset

QualChoice CEO Randall Crow Claims Arkansas Has Premium Asset

Randall Crow, the new CEO of QualChoice, talks about the growing challenge of making plans in a most unpredictable industry. read more >

Spotlight: Insurance

200 Jobs New to Tata, Not to Little Rock

200 Jobs New to Tata, Not to Little Rock This article is available only in print.

When India's largest multinational business group, Tata, announced its growing presence in Arkansas in May, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. said it was welcoming “more than 200 new employees to Little Rock.” Actually, the workers were already here. read more >

Obamacare Lawsuit Stirs Worries for Insurers

Obamacare Lawsuit Stirs Worries for Insurers This article is available only in print.

Arkansas and 19 other Republican-led states are taking their shot at dismantling the Affordable Care Act, rekindling the anxieties of health care executives who fear thousands of Arkansans could lose insurance coverage. read more >

Property & Casualty Holds No Luster for Most Lenders

Property & Casualty Holds No Luster for Most Lenders This article is available only in print.

After a path was cleared for banks to get into the insurance business, few Arkansas lenders jumped in. read more >

Rising Health Care Costs: Who's to Blame?

Rising Health Care Costs: Who's to Blame?

Health care is No. 2 among the public's top three concerns as the United States nears the 2018 midterm elections, according to the latest Kaiser Health Tracking Poll. read more >

Opinion & Analysis

The Struggle Is Real (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Struggle Is Real (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Customer experiences in retail and dining confirm that the struggle to find employees with critical thinking skills is real. read more >

Opportunity Zones Have Transformative Potential (Lisa Ferrell Commentary)

Opportunity Zones Have Transformative Potential (Lisa Ferrell Commentary)

This breadth of investment can accelerate growth for those who live and work in Opportunity Zones while potentially drawing more businesses seeking to capitalize on accessible funding and favorable returns. read more >

Not Good for Arkansas (Editorial)

Not Good for Arkansas (Editorial)

The Affordable Care Act has never gained the popular support that Democrats hoped. But neither has it been as deeply unpopular as Republicans believed it would be when they spent years promising to repeal “Obamacare” and possibly to replace it. read more >