Grandpa Dan is 78 years old and, as far as he knows, is in good health except for some arthritis in his hands. Grandpa Dan has a living will. At his death, his only child, Joe, will inherit a large amount of property. Joe is home for a weeklong visit with his wife, Sarah, and their three children. Grandpa Dan is thrilled to see his son, his daughter-in-law, and grandchildren, and he has gone out of his way to show the grandkids a great time. On the third morning of the visit, Grandpa Dan experiences severe chest pain that radiates down his left arm.
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Half Moon Bay, California, a small city located 30 miles south of San Francisco along the Pacific coast, has adopted policies to address the affordable housing and social service needs of its growing population of senior residents. Senior residents also need health care and social services so that they can age in place as an alternative to institutionalized care in nursing homes. In recent years, a collaboration among San Mateo County, the city of Half Moon Bay, and local service providers has resulted in the Half Moon Bay Senior Campus, which provides housing, services, and amenities on a acre site. The campus, derived from a plan, consists of units of affordable rental housing in 3 separate developments that help senior residents age in place. In addition to offering social services through its onsite adult day health center and senior center, the campus encourages aging in place and active living through a network of pedestrian pathways as well as adjacent bus stops that provide access to the nearby downtown. One of the 3 housing developments on the campus is Half Moon Village, units of affordable rental housing and services for low-income seniors. Half Moon Village provides housing for seniors aged 62 and older who earn between 30 and 60 percent of the area median income.
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The two people responsible for the start of this empire are Kirk Kerkorian and Steven Wynn. Steven Wynn moved to Las Vegas in and after investing in land on the strip he later opened up the Mirage, followed by Treasure Island and the Bellagio. The MGM Mirage was created.
The MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas had detailed information on loyal gaming customers, but could its information systems also be tailored to nongaming customers? As the nongaming business sectors became increasingly profitable both at the MGM Grand and in Las Vegas generally, understanding the nongaming customers appeared to be of critical importance to the continuing growth of the resort. Brushing up HBR fundamentals will provide a strong base for investigative reading. Often readers scan through the business case study without having a clear map in mind.