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The Stuff Still Made in the USA

The Stuff Still Made in the USA

Entire industries, from textiles to toys, have become almost extinct in the U.S. as manufacturers moved abroad in search of lower costs or got swept away by a wave of imports. »


A Startup Chain of Commuter-Friendly Stores Expands on NYC Ferries

A Startup Chain of Commuter-Friendly Stores Expands on NYC Ferries

New Stand - a startup chain of Manhattan convenient stores that connects to an app offering daily deals, music and content - is gearing up for expansion. Essentially, its mission is to reimagine the corner store for a new generation of commuters. »


Amazon Unveils AI Products for Cloud

Amazon Unveils AI Products for Cloud

Amazon.com Inc. has introduced an image recognition program, a speech-to-text service dubbed Polly, and tools for building conversational apps, highlighting its push to add artificial intelligence to its cloud-computer offerings. »


Coates Group Deploys B2B Virtual Reality Tool

Digital merchandising software company Coates Group has launched a virtual reality (VR) tool from a B2B perspective, allowing brands to physically see and develop new digital hardware and content within their own virtual store. »


Record Spending Predicted for Easter Season

Record Spending Predicted for Easter Season

Shoppers are expected to spend roughly $17.3bn on Easter goods this year, a record amount according to the National Retail Federation's annual Easter Spending Survey conducted by Prosper Insights and Analytics. »


Bow, Arrow Manufacturers Hit Sales Growth Bull's-Eye

The global archery market is expected to exceed $5bn by 2020, growing at a CAGR of almost 7 percent during the forecast period, according to research from Technavio. »


The Expansion of Global Entertainment at a Glance - Star Wars

The Expansion of Global Entertainment at a Glance  Star Wars

Analyst Insight: When Star Wars was released in the U.S. in 1977, China was a broken, impoverished, country reeling from the Cultural Revolution and seeking ways to rejoin the "Republic" of nations. To many Chinese alive at the time, the China of today must look much like the Star Wars universe... »


Achieve 4,200 Orders/Hour using Zero Picking Labor

Achieve 4,200 Orders/Hour using Zero Picking Labor

Being able to pick your fastest moving SKUs up to 4,200 orders per hour regardless of line count and quantity is part of the solution organizations are looking for today. The fact that zero order picking labor is required to accomplish this makes the Return on Investment (ROI) that more... »


While Digital to Surpass Physical Formats of Recorded Music, Overall Sales Expected to Be Static Through 2020

While Digital to Surpass Physical Formats of Recorded Music, Overall Sales Expected to Be Static Through 2020

Retail sales of recorded music will see little variation in total spending levels in the years to 2020 despite the rising interest in streaming, according to global analyst firm Ovum's latest forecasts. Spending on digital formats and services will overtake physical formats this year and go on to... »


As Dependence on Electronics Grows, Market for Wireless Power Expected to Surge

As Dependence on Electronics Grows, Market for Wireless Power Expected to Surge

Global wireless power revenue is expected to grow from $1.3bn in 2015 to $17.9bn in 2024, according to a report from Navigant Research. »


How Redbox Manages a Supply Chain with All New Products and Zero Replenishment

How Redbox Manages a Supply Chain with All New Products and Zero Replenishment

Redbox has an unusual supply chain, with 10 new product introductions a week and no replenishments. An algorithm effectively allocates new DVD's among 43,000 kiosks, but this allocation is quickly skewed when customers use different kiosks to rent and return. Matt James, vice president, explains... »


How Redbox Manages a Supply Chain with All New Products and Zero Replenishment

How Redbox Manages a Supply Chain with All New Products and Zero Replenishment

Redbox has an unusual supply chain, with 10 new product introductions a week and no replenishments. An algorithm effectively allocates new DVD's among 43,000 kiosks, but this allocation is quickly skewed when customers use different kiosks to rent and return. Matt James, vice president, explains... »


'Human-Machine Interface' Auto Parts to See 20 Percent Growth in 2015, Report Says

'Human-Machine Interface' Auto Parts to See 20 Percent Growth in 2015, Report Says

A recent IHS Automotive analysis of user interfaces in future automotive infotainment systems finds increased global commonality and complexity. Technologies and features developed by automakers and suppliers have heavily focused on designing interfaces that users can understand quickly and operate... »


Opera Company in Taiwan Uses RFID Technology to Track Equipment

Opera Company in Taiwan Uses RFID Technology to Track Equipment

Taiwan's GuoGuang Opera Co. has deployed an RFID system from EPC Solutions Taiwan to help track the locations and distribution of thousands of costumes and accessories stored within its warehouse. »


The Future of Wearable Technology Is Now, Report Says

Twenty percent of American adults already own a wearable device and the adoption rate - on par with tablets in 2012 - is quickly expected to rise, according to PwC's Consumer Intelligence Series-The Wearable Future report, an extensive U.S. research project that surveyed 1,000 consumers, wearable... »


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