The last time CES mattered to the masses may have been as far back as 2001, when Bill Gates appeared at the consumer electronics show to promote Microsoft Corp.’s first Xbox.
As 2018 begins, Supply Management rounds up some predictions for the year ahead.
With holiday shopping in full swing, Sears decided it was time to host a “grand reopening” for its department store at Fair Oaks Mall in Northern Virginia, complete with magic shows, jugglers, face painting and free cotton candy.
Every week, dozens of people walk into Petals N Wax, a Marina del Rey gift store, to return items they bought from online retailers.
Although any number of trends surface in every industry every year, we’ve seen some winners in 2017 that are driving environmental improvements across all industries.
Blockchain is getting bigger at Big Blue.
In August one of Silicon Valley’s hottest startups closed a $17m round of funding. The Series A had attracted some of the biggest names in tech.
To stay ahead of competing ports and technological developments, automation has been heralded as inevitable. Major transshipment hubs and aspiring ports bet their future on automation, which raises the impact cyber risks could have in the long-run.
Inside the Forage Kitchen in Oakland, Josh Kulp scrolled through the 89 pre-orders that had already come in for his restaurant’s fried chicken, getting just a preview of what the weekend would be like.
The diversity of options for securing energy and power available to an industrial energy manager today are vast and expanding.
Joseph Selle, IBM's executive in charge of cognitive transformation and operations, is among technology experts who believe artificial intelligence is applicable not only across the supply chain but throughout every department and function in a company.
The scene at the East Coast’s largest mall on a recent Friday morning would seem to fly in the face of the doomsday narrative surrounding U.S. retail centers. A steady stream of holiday shoppers walked the lacquered halls, browsing stores from Gap to Gucci. By noon, a line was snaking out of an...
In 2015 Nick Ouzounov and Alexander Lorestani applied to the San Francisco-based biotech accelerator IndieBio. The two Princeton Ph.D.s had an idea for a way to engineer a microbe that could build vast amounts of protein designed for specific functions. They envisioned that it could have biopharma...
The young seller of high-end baby products seeks a way to reach consumers and retailers without being swallowed up by Amazon.com and Wal-Mart.
Improved aerodynamics and vehicle add-ons, further engine improvements, the promise of alternative fuels and the advancement of automated driving technologies — all of these add up to exciting developments in truck technology.