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Auto-Parts Suppliers Say They Doubt Tesla's Electric Car Vision

Some of the world's top auto-parts suppliers aren't buying all the enthusiasm about the electric vehicles hyped by Tesla Inc.'s Elon Musk and larger carmakers trying to keep up. »

Modern Slavery Risks to Supply Chains Rise Across Europe As Migrants Exploited

Over 100,000 migrants have entered Europe by sea to date in 2017, according to estimates by the International Organization of Migration. »

Coast Guard Prints Spare Parts While at Sea

The U.S. Coast Guard is developing the use of 3-D printers to create spare parts on board its ships. »

Why Discount Grocer Aldi Is Getting Into the Delivery Game

One of the hottest discount supermarket chains in the U.S. is partnering with Instacart to offer grocery delivery - a service once reserved primarily for high-end food retailers and high-income customers. »

The Generic Drug Industry Has Brought Huge Cost Savings. That May Be Changing.

A decade ago, physicians who treat epilepsy got what seemed like a piece of good news: Eight companies had received federal approval to sell a generic version of an injectable lifesaving drug. »

New All-Electric Delivery Truck Is on the Way, and It's Not From Tesla

Chanje's vision sounds a lot like Tesla's: electric vehicles recharged via clean rooftop solar power. »

Stormwater Fees Jump in Cities Across Country

As city infrastructures age, organizations will increasingly face the threat of higher stormwater fees. »

Here's One Take on How War in Korea Would Impact the World Economy

Here's One Take on How War in Korea Would Impact the World Economy

Donald Trump's warning of 'fire and fury' to deal with North Korea has rattled global markets. »

U.S. Will Be Net Exporter of Natural Gas This Year, Energy Group Says

The U.S. Energy Information Administration's latest outlook projects that the U.S. will export more natural gas than it imports in 2017. »

China to Spend $1.5Tr Buying Companies Abroad

China to Spend $1.5Tr Buying Companies Abroad

Even as regulators at home and abroad block deals, Chinese acquirers will spend $1.5tr buying companies abroad in the next decade, 70 percent more than the previous 10 years, Linklaters LLP said in a recent report. »

Firms Could Be Fined Millions for Poor Cybersecurity

Organizations in the United Kingdom could be fined up to £17m ($22.06m), or 4 percent of their global turnover, for having poor cybersecurity under proposed new laws. »

C5's International Insolvency & Restructuring Forum

HMRC Do you want to ask HMRC your customs questions? C5’s Conference on Customs Compliance in Partnership with HMRC, taking place December 5-6 in London, is the ONLY place where you can meet directly with HMRC and take part in group discussions and Q&As. There will also be expert insights from... »

APAC Supply Chain, Logistics & Procurement Innovation Summit

“Join the Asia Pacific most important gathering of Supply Chain, Logistics and Procurement Leaders and their teams.” In October 2017, Supply Chain, Logistics & Procurement thought leaders of different industries from Asia Pacific will gather in Singapore to share their best practices,... »

Hanjin Shipping Says Bankruptcy Claims Top $10Bn

South Korea's Hanjin Shipping Co., which roiled global trade and temporarily marooned more than half a million cargo containers when it filed for bankruptcy, says it has raised only a fraction of what it needs to repay creditors, whose claims total about $10.5bn. »

Federal Court Tosses Obama-Era Ruling on Chemicals Used in Refrigeration, Air Conditioning

A federal court handed climate change advocates a narrow loss last week when it tossed an Obama-era ruling to phase out hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) used in refrigeration and air conditioning. »

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