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How to Be a Corporate Whistleblower - and Survive

How to Be a Corporate Whistleblower  and Survive

Corporate whistleblowers no longer have to pay a huge price for doing the right thing. »


U.S. Auto Makers Step Up Plans for Electric Vehicles

Detroit's largest auto makers ramped up plans for electric vehicles in coming years, the latest push from traditional car companies to respond to tougher emissions regulations and the prospect that some markets across the globe could eventually ban internal combustion engines powered with fossil... »


Senate Democrats Push for $500Bn in Infrastructure Investment

Senate Democrats, emboldened by the GOP's failure to unilaterally pass a health-care bill, are launching an effort to win bipartisan support for the investment of $500bn in taxpayer dollars in infrastructure improvements. »


China's Harsh Words Mask a Trade Boom With South Korea

China's Harsh Words Mask a Trade Boom With South Korea

Forget geopolitics: Leo Li, a 33-year-old language teacher in China, wants his essence of South Korean snail slime. »


Wal-Mart, Trying to Hone Its Same-Day Delivery Skills, Buys New York's Parcel

Wal-Mart is sharpening its same-day delivery skills through the acquisition of a small New York City company. »


Meet the New U.S. Entrepreneurs Farming Seaweed for Food and Fuel

Meet the New U.S. Entrepreneurs Farming Seaweed for Food and Fuel

Michael Graham reaches into a bright blue tub of bubbling water and pulls out a handful of a dark brown curly substance. It's slippery to the touch, smells like the sea, and tastes a bit like salty kale. »


How to Keep Employees Engaged With Continuing Education

Think your employees are too busy to care about continuing education? Try again. Lack of growth opportunities is one of the key reasons for employee turnover, and 87 percent of millennials say professional development is important in a job. Here are some tips for managers looking to keep their... »


Breakbulk Americas 2017 Attracts Entire Industrial Supply Chain

Now in its 28th year, Breakbulk Americas is set to host a record number of companies, representing the entire industrial supply chain for project development, Oct 17-19, 2017. Thankfully, Hurricane Harvey left the event venue, the George R. Brown Convention Center, and nearby hotels unscathed.... »


U.S. Manufacturing Expands at Fastest Pace in 13 Years

U.S. Manufacturing Expands at Fastest Pace in 13 Years

Powered by robust order growth and healthy production, American manufacturing expanded last month at the fastest pace in 13 years, figures from the Institute for Supply Management showed on Oct. 2. »


China's New Silk Road Could Spur More Electric Cars in Europe

China's New Silk Road Could Spur More Electric Cars in Europe

China's new silk road stretching into the heart of Europe may be what ultimately delivers more climate-friendly technologies like batteries and electric cars. »


Blockchain Prototype Would Secure U.S. Drug Supply Chains, Firms Say

Blockchain Prototype Would Secure U.S. Drug Supply Chains, Firms Say

Big pharmaceutical companies including Pfizer and Amerisource Bergen in the U.S. could use blockchain technology to verify the authenticity of their drugs. »


Data Center Spending Is Off the Charts This Year

Investment in U.S. data centers grew to $18.2bn in the first half of this year, more than double the amount spent in all of 2016, according to a new report. The total includes money spent on building or buying data centers. »


Mercedes Benz, Drone-Maker Matternet Aim to Tackle Last-Mile Delivery

A recent live demonstration of an e-commerce delivery by a drone reinforced the potential of drones to streamline last-mile deliveries - the final frontier of e-commerce logistics. At the late-September livestreaming of the delivery, the consortium behind the project announced a three-week trial of... »


A Mobile Floating Truck Stop on the St. Lawrence Seaway

Ro-ro ships carry trucks and other road vehicles across the Baltic Sea and also across Cook Strait, providing onboard overnight accommodations as well as food services. There may be scope to adapt that operational precedent to bypass roadway traffic congestion on the St. Lawrence Seaway. »


Whole Foods Is Adding Plant-Based Tuna Sub to Supply Chain

Whole Foods Market will add a plant-based, raw tuna alternative to its fresh sushi bars in the New York City and Los Angeles markets this month. »


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