Welcome to the world of "economic disruptors," where a company, technology or way of operation is so different that it forces businesses, governments or individuals to change the way they operate.
The Pennsylvania primary is a few weeks away, and for the first time in memory, the vote for the presidential candidates may actually be meaningful.
Once again, we are coming face to face with a simple reality: Wall Street and Main Street sometimes operate in parallel universes.
'Should I stay or should I go?" That's not just a rock lyric. Businesses are always asking whether it makes sense to stay where they currently operate or look for a more profitable location.
With the field of presidential candidates slowly being whittled down, the issues that concern most people finally may be discussed in some detail. Or at least we can hope.