Manufacturers are finding niche opportunities as Central Coast operations pivot to serve essential industries like health care in order to survive a deep downturn. The shift has resonated throughout the supply chain as manufacturers aim to retain all-important relationships. “The challenge isn’t just in operating, keeping your doors open, it’s keeping supplies and components coming Read More →
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“You say you want a revolution Well, you know, we all want to change the world” — John Lennon My verdict on the so-called “Brexit” vote is that in a globalized world dominated by central bankers, it is far more profitable to sing about a revolution than to actually foment one. Less than a week Read More →
Brexit has become a crisis with a long tail and more than a twinge of buyers’ remorse. As Sung Won Sohn of CSU Channel Islands pointed out in comments to the Business Times, the narrow EU exit vote victory was a boost for populism in the U.S. and elsewhere. It could lead to the disintegration Read More →