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Ramping Up Cybersecurity in the Age of Robots and Autonomous Vehicles

Ramping Up Cybersecurity in the Age of Robots and Autonomous Vehicles

We're at the dawn of a promising new age of autonomous vehicles and connected devices for supply-chain management. And with that cutting-edge technology comes the heightened risk of cyberattack. »


Amazon Shares Dropped After Trump Said It Hurts Retailers

U.S. President Donald Trump once again unloaded on Amazon.com Inc., tweeting that the company is hurting other retailers and implying that it's killing industry jobs across the U.S. »


Environmental Groups Sue EPA Over Toxic Substances Control Act

Now that the Environmental Protection Agency has said it will evaluate chemicals according to their risk factors in an effort to get new products into the market, several environmental groups have said they are suing the agency. »


When a Small Company Needs Help in Hauling Big Equipment

When a Small Company Needs Help in Hauling Big Equipment

Ameri-Green Automotive LLC buys and refurbishes all manner of used trucks and trailers at its facility in Georgia. It needed a skilled, reliable 3PL to arrange for movement of the equipment from locations throughout the U.S. »


Oil Slides As U.S. Shale Output Seen Rising to Record High

Oil traded at a three-week low after a forecast on U.S. shale growth added to mounting worries that the rebalancing process is stalling. »


TV Home-Shopping Retailer Benefits From EDI Managed Service

TV Home-Shopping Retailer Benefits From EDI Managed Service

As U.K.-based television home shopping company experienced explosive growth, it needed to consolidate all electronic data interchange operations onto one platform and integrate with its back office. »


U.K. Modern Slavery Risk Is Growing, Index Shows

The risk of modern slavery in the U.K. has risen from "low" to "medium," according to Verisk Maplecroft's Modern Slavery Index. »


The Future of Retail: 2017 Edition

The Future of Retail: 2017 Edition

What will the retail landscape look like in the very near future? And which players will be left standing? »


Hackers Look to Shut Down Factories for Pay

The malware entered the North Carolina transmission plant's computer network via email last August, just as the criminals wanted, spreading like a virus and threatening to lock up the production line until the company paid a ransom. »


Drug Company Sues Federal Government to Fend Off Competition From Generics

One of Maryland's largest drug manufacturers is suing the federal government to fend off competition on one of its key drugs, saying its right to exclusively sell the medication should continue an additional three years. »


When Growth Mandates Change: Blue Diamond Reevaluates Its Supply Chain

When Growth Mandates Change: Blue Diamond Reevaluates Its Supply Chain

The growers' cooperative, a dominant processor and marketer of almonds and related products, seeks to reconfigure its forward distribution network, to reflect current and future demand from retailers. »


Opinion: Logistics Business Rivals Agree on Policy

At a time when the U.S. needs unity and bold reforms, American businesses must be partners in building the future. While the business community has diverse interests, every company should agree on basic policy priorities if we want to be globally competitive. »


Tech Data Bolsters Suppliers Through a Working-Capital Marketplace

Tech Data Bolsters Suppliers Through a Working-Capital Marketplace

The big distributor of technology products extends an existing relationship with C2FO to Europe, where many suppliers are strapped for cash and open to early-payment arrangements via a collaborative platform. »


Target Is Buying a Company That Facilitates Quick Local Deliveries

Target Corp. - increasingly aware that shoppers want the things they buy online to arrive right away - is acquiring a San Francisco transportation technology company that facilitates same-day deliveries. »


The Last American Baseball-Glove Maker Refuses to Die

The Last American Baseball-Glove Maker Refuses to Die

This little brick factory isn't supposed to be here. It should be in the Philippines, or Vietnam, maybe China. Not here, in the heart of Texas. »


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