Business Transformation

Business Transformation

Transforming corporations in a complex environment resulting from innovation, global expansion, consolidation, IPO’s, mega-mergers and predatory acquisitions.

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Emerging Economies

Emerging Economies

Focusing on sustainable growth and business expansion by taking advantage of the fast recovery in emerging markets.

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Digital Edge

Digital Edge

Realizing the power of digitization to transform global businesses and enhance customer service.

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  • Six SpaceX Employees Have Tested Positive For COVID-19; Work Continues, As Demo-2 Launch Planned For May
    SpaceX Falcon Heavy | Associated Press–© CNBC reports that SpaceX “has had six employees test positive for COVID-19 as of Monday, according to an internal company memo seen by CNBC.” SpaceX “operations have continued after it was deemed ‘mission essential’ by the Department of Defense.” NASA, “like the Pentagon, has also determined that its upcoming SpaceX Demo-2 […]
  • SpaceX’s Starship Prototype Collapsed In Cryogenic Test On Friday
    SpaceX (2018) rendition of the Starship/Super Heavy's ascent | SpaceX; Wikipedia; CC0 Spaceflight Now reported that SpaceX’s SN3 prototype Starship space vehicle “collapsed during pressure testing early Friday at the company’s facility in South Texas – the program’s third failure during such testing since November – but assembly of a new version is already underway.” […]
  • Lockheed Martin Hires 1,000 Employees, Increases Payments to Suppliers to Counter Impact of Coronavirus Outbreak
    Lockheed Martin Center for Leadership Excellence (CLE) in Bethesda, MD. | Coolcaesar; Wikipedia; CC BY-SA 3.0 Reuters reported that Lockheed Martin “said on Friday it hired about 1,000 employees in the last two weeks and increased payments to suppliers to counter the impact from the coronavirus pandemic.” The “company, which last week pledged to advance more than […]
  • SpaceX’s Dragon to Depart from ISS On Monday
    A SpaceX Dragon spacecraft prepares to depart the International Space Station, Sunday, 17 Sept. 2017  | NASA ExecutiveGov reports that SpaceX’s Dragon “resupply spacecraft will leave the International Space Station (ISS), carrying over 4,000 pounds of scientific experiments and other cargo, on Monday, April 6. NASA Television and the agency’s website will broadcast its departure live beginning at […]
  • Navy to Accelerate Contracts Amid Economic Slowdown Caused by Coronavirus Outbreak
    US Navy P-8 Poseidon taking off  | Darren Koch; Wikipedia; GFDL 1.2 UPI reports that the Navy “will award some contracts earlier than planned in an effort to offset the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the defense industry.” Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research James Geurts “told reporters the Navy is planning on awarding […]
  • NASA Receives Over 12,000 Applications To Be In Next Astronaut Class
    NASA astronaut | NASA The AP reports that NASA “said Wednesday that Americans from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and four U.S. territories applied to be part of the space agency’s next astronaut class. The monthlong application period ended Tuesday.” More than 12,000 people applied, from which a class will be selected. Recent “astronaut classes have […]