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Anti-Trade Fever Likely to Carry the Day, Regardless of Who Wins White House Race Anti-Trade Fever Likely to Carry the Day, Regardless of Who Wins White House Race
Anti-trade fervor is reaching heights we haven't seen since the Smoot–Hawley Tariff was passed in 1930.

China's Version of 'Supply-Side Reform' Not at All What Reagan Had in Mind China's Version of 'Supply-Side Reform' Not at All What Reagan Had in Mind
To understand policymaking in China, pay attention to the buzz phrases. The country's favorite economic slogan, "supply-side structural reform," just got its most... »

Are You Adequately Vetting Your Suppliers?
A lean, agile supply chain network is important in the hyper-competitive global marketplace, but this increased reliance on contractors and their subcontractors brings all... »

Videos
Keeping Up With the New Food Safety Standards
Mike Yezzi, vice president of business development with ScottTech, explains the purpose of GS1 128, a new standard and barcode for managing and tracking product throughout... »

How Companies Are Tackling the Challenge of Risk Management How Companies Are Tackling the Challenge of Risk Management
Managers of high-tech and medical supply chains discuss how their companies have approached the critical issue of risk management over the years -- and what more needs to be... »

How NetApp Prepares for Supply-Chain Disruptions How NetApp Prepares for Supply-Chain Disruptions
Lee Wolfe, director of risk management with Net App, talks about how the dominant provider of storage technology works with suppliers to address potential disruptions in the... »

Podcasts
The Coming Revolution in Robotics and A.I. The Coming Revolution in Robotics and A.I.
There's not an aspect of modern life that won't be affected by advances in robotics and artificial intelligence in the coming years. But the impact will be especially felt in... »

Do Presidents Have Any Control Over the Economy? Do Presidents Have Any Control Over the Economy?
The platforms of both major political parties are based on the belief that the actions of presidents have a direct impact on the U.S. and global economy. But is that really... »

The Dark Side of 'The Sharing Economy' The Dark Side of 'The Sharing Economy'
The "sharing economy" is supposed to empower workers and usher in a new era of job satisfaction. Can it deliver?

  News
Retail Group Wants U.S. Government to Help Solve Problems in Wake of Hanjin Bankruptcy
The recent bankruptcy of South Korean ocean carrier Hanjin Shipping is causing "widespread disruptions" to supply chains across the country, according to the National Retail... »

Judge Orders Hanjin to Sell Ships, Return Chartered Vessels Judge Orders Hanjin to Sell Ships, Return Chartered Vessels
Hanjin Shipping has to return chartered-in ships to owners and to sell as much of its own fleet as it can, a South Korean bankruptcy judge said Monday.

Federal Overtime Pay Law Will Hurt Millions, Retail Trade Group Says in Lawsuit
The National Retail Federation has filed suit in U.S. District Court on behalf of the millions of employers and employees it says will be drastically affected if the Labor... »

White Papers
Unlock the Value of Your Supply Chain Through Embedded Analytics
In this whitepaper IDC looks at how the best supply chains will be those that have the ability to quickly analyze large amounts of disparate data and disseminate business... »

Is your Business Network Optimized for the Digital World?
As your network of trading partners grows and the complexities of business integration increase, an effective and well-managed business network can help you differentiate... »

The Rise of the Quality Business Network
As the relationship between internal quality management processes, supply chains and customer experience becomes increasingly complex, stakeholders in the quality management... »

Editors' Blog
After Brexit: How European Supply Chains Will Be Transformed
It's been more than two months since the United Kingdom voted to withdraw from the European Union, but the shock waves aren't close to subsiding - especially with regard to... »

New E.U. Privacy Law Will Hit Every Company Holding Europeans' Personal Data
Many Americans appear to believe that the exposure of their personal information on the internet is inevitable. But European regulators are having none of that.

In the Internet Age, Supply Chain Is Still a Risky Business
All the technology in the world won't protect you against the myriad of events that can severely disrupt a global supply chain.

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