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Opinion: Fostering a New Era of Collaboration at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Opinion: Fostering a New Era of Collaboration

It takes every link of the supply chain, working in concert, to meet the requirements of global shippers today.[more]


Report: Procurement Is 'Critical' to Tackling Slavery in Jewelry Industry

Leading jewelry retailers must go beyond a reliance on accreditation schemes to ensure their supply chains are free of slavery, according to a new report.[more]


Farmigo Thought It Could Kill Off Supermarkets. Here's What It's Trying Next.

Farmigo Thought It Could Kill Off Supermarkets. Here's What It's Trying Next.

Back in 2015, Microsoft veteran Benzi Ronen boasted that Farmigo, his online farmer’s market, was going to help kill off supermarkets. People would soon use their mobile phones to order non-perishables like toothpaste and toilet paper from Amazon and buy their humanely raised lamb chops and locally...[more]


Opinion: Cyberattacks Are Becoming Big Opportunities for Some Small Businesses

The past 12 months or so continued a multiyear streak of data breaches, identity thefts, phishing incidents, ransomware attacks and other malware intrusions that have cost organizations billions of dollars and damaged credibility throughout the world. That’s the bad news.[more]


A Guide to 'Made in America' Holiday Gifts

A Guide to 'Made in America' Holiday Gifts

Americans increasingly are searching for products that are made in America. [more]


Pot Sellers Expand to More States, But They Can't Bring Pot

Pot Sellers Expand to More States, But They Can't Bring Pot

Cannabis companies hoping to become the McDonald’s of legal weed through franchising are running into a big problem: Uncle Sam.[more]


Millennials Shop Multiple Stores for Groceries, Report Says

Millennials Shop Multiple Stores for Groceries, Report Says

Millennials are more likely than other age groups to shop three or more retail outlets for groceries each week, according to a new report from Acosta.[more]


What's Behind Tesla's Supply Chain Woes?

Have you heard — it’s in the stars — Elon Musk wants to launch flying taxis that orbit Mars.[more]


Worldwide Security Spending Will Reach $96Bn in 2018, Gartner Forecasts

Worldwide Security Spending Will Reach $96Bn in 2018, Gartner Forecasts

Gartner, Inc. forecasts worldwide enterprise security spending to total $96.3bn in 2018, an increase of 8 percent from 2017. Organizations are spending more on security as a result of regulations, shifting buyer mindset, awareness of emerging threats and the evolution to a digital business...[more]


Opinion: Amazon Wants a Key to Your House. I Did It, and I Regret It.

I gave Amazon.com a key to go into my house and drop off packages when I'm not around. After two weeks, it turns out letting strangers in has been the least troubling part of the experience.[more]


Cattle Have Gotten so Big That Restaurants and Grocery Stores Need New Ways to Cut Steaks

If you’ve dined at a steakhouse recently or grilled rib-eye for dinner, you may have noticed a curious trend: Steaks are getting thinner.[more]


How Nvidia Surprised AI Experts Twice This Month

How Nvidia Surprised AI Experts Twice This Month

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang showed up at a gathering of artificial intelligence researchers in Long Beach, Calif. last week with a couple of big surprises.[more]


Far From the Farm Gate: Inside Australia's Animal Trade

In Australia's live export trade, the animals' journey from the farm gate can sometimes start with a journey by truck of over 2,000 kilometers (1,200 miles). [more]


DHL 'Innovation Day' Winners Introduce New Logistics Tech

At Deutsche Post-DHL’s 2017 "Innovation Day" at its Bonn, Germany, Innovation Center, the winners of a series of technology "challenges" introduced new products, including autonomous warehouse robots, an online platform for package drop-offs and an internet of things (IoT) approach to online...[more]


Grow Your Own: The Race to Create Body Parts in the Lab

Grow Your Own: The Race to Create Body Parts in the Lab

Two years ago, Hassan’s father was faced with questions that he had no good answers for. "Why do I have this disease?" his seven-year-old son asked him. "Why do I have to live this life?"[more]


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