Roger Cardona of Santa Rosa holds a Master of Business Administration from California State University at Monterey, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Sonoma State University. He has eight years of progressive experience, working primarily in large corporations. While his background is in Finance and Accounting, he has also taken an interest in the supply chain and in Marketing, and even customer relations management.
“I also enjoy reading up on business news, the latest corporate acquisitions, mergers, and start-ups,” says Roger Cardona of Santa Rosa. There are many reliable sources for good business news, and Roger Cardona of Santa Rosa has learned to read multiple sources, in order to get an informed and well-balanced opinion.
Some of the key resources, Roger Cardona of Santa Rosa knows, include The Wall Street Journal, Bloomsberg Business Week, the New York Times business section, and the Financial Times. Others include the Harvard Business Review, and the website BusinessInsider.com.
One of the subjects Roger Cardona of Santa Rosa is most likely to track is the medical device industry, where he has spent most of his career. In the summer of 2013, Forbes.com, the online edition of Forbes magazine, had a gloomy forecast for the industry’s immediate future. “The medical device industry is being ravaged by unwise public policy,” Forbes opined that July, “including a devastating 2.3% excise tax” that was part of the new Affordable Care Act. On the other hand, Roger Cardona of Santa Rosa can be encouraged by the findings of SelectUSA.gov, a Federal website created “to showcase the United States as the world’s premier business location.” SelectUSA says the United States is “the largest medical device market in the world with a market size of around $110 billion, [which] is expected to reach $133 billion by 2016.”
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