Category: David Cabral

Be There or Be Square!

During the 1960s, “Be There or Be Square” became an iconic phrase that challenged people to get with the changing times. However, the 1960s not only changed culturally but technologically as well. During that time, the early baby boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) were just entering their teen years. Color TVs were becoming more… Continue Reading

Healthcare Economics: Market, Policy, and Trends

When you consider healthcare’s economic challenges, maintenance needs, and diverse population of doctors, patients, nurses, and support staff, running a hospital is equivalent to managing a small city. However, if all of that were not challenging enough, changing government regulations for prescriptions, healthcare policy, and insurance make the job of the hospital administrator seem like… Continue Reading

Blockchain Technology, the future is here today

Nevada’s mining industry was a vital source of technological advancement in the 19th century and continues to drive innovation in engineering and science. However, a new mining industry has been evolving since 2009, and it involves what is called cryptocurrency. Perhaps you have heard about Bitcoin. But in reality, Bitcoin, along with other popular cryptocurrencies,… Continue Reading

A Lackluster Year End for Small Businesses

  In our July 2017 newsletter, we spoke about the Current eCommerce Trends in Consumer Buying and the toll it is taking brick-and-mortar retailers. As we close out 2017, it appears, based on November’s Small Business Saturday numbers, that small businesses are being hit even harder. Now in its eighth year, Small Business Saturday was… Continue Reading

Baby Boomer Retirement Plans Have Changed

There was a time when workers would put in their 30 years of work, retire with a pension, and look forward to spending their retirement days relaxing and just doing the things they wanted. However, new reports indicate that the hot new ‘Retirement Plan’ for Baby Boomers is to start a business. According to separate… Continue Reading