The Health Economy

The health care business is massive, and has been on the move over the last ten years, affecting the economic situations in nearly every area where a healthcare business, clinical lab or medical-related university institution is located.

McKinsey Quarterly reported about SAP, a global software company based in According…

27 Nov 10:31 AM 0 Read More...

Data Centers

Data centers across the country are shifting into an accelerated growth mode that affects nearly every business on the planet.

Corporations have seized on the opportunity presented to them by access and accumulation of more data to provide goods and services faster, to more remote areas, with greater depth of…

21 Nov 8:59 AM 0 Read More...

Energy

According to figures from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (USEIA), about 80 percent of the nation’s energy comes from fossil fuels, 8.6 percent from nuclear, and 11 percent from renewable sources that include hydroelectric power, geothermal, solar, wind, wood, waste and biofuels.

Clearly, green sustainable energy has…

20 Nov 2:42 PM 0 Read More...

Food Processing Disruption

Tomorrow’s foods are being manufactured today with fewer actual animal parts and more plant-based ingredients for a better natural health experience with less potential for allergic reactions; in response to national trends about the treatment of animals; and to shake up the consumers perception of the range of…

27 Sep 9:59 AM 0 Read More...

Consolidation of Aerospace Forces Creating Huge Economic Development Clusters

There is a growing sense of excitement in the aerospace industry as more commercial aerospace companies are stepping up efforts to build a business that will establish a permanent base on the Moon and, perhaps as soon as five years from now, add services for the average person to go…

24 Sep 1:56 PM 0 Read More...