Some of the country's biggest trucking fleets are among Tesla Inc.'s first customers for its all-electric big rig.
An awful lot of ink is spilled in the business press about the pressure brick-and-mortar retailers feel from Amazon and e-commerce in general, but not nearly as much attention is paid to the challenge they feel from the secondary market.
U.S. regulators have approved the first drug with a sensor that can track whether patients have taken their medicine.
I hugged a bot and I liked it.
Under a page headlined "Sweatshop Free Stories" on American Apparel's website is a video profile of a young Honduran man, Heber Lopez, a garment worker at one of the factories in San Antonio, Honduras responsible for producing the retailer's clothing.
The term "sustainable development" was coined in Our Common Future, released in 1987 by the Brundtland Commission, a UN-backed organization created to unite countries in the pursuit of sustainable development. As defined by the Commission, there are three main pillars of sustainable development:...
For the past year, Amazon employees have been test driving Amazon Go, an experimental convenience store in downtown Seattle. The idea is to let consumers walk in, pick up items and then pay for them without ever standing in line at a cashier.
America's iconic turkey brand is going organic.
Every retail company has to cope with the changes mandated by operating in an omnichannel world, and seasonality confronts every one of them with pressures they don't see the rest of the year. But for companies in the retail hardware space, e-commerce and seasonal business peaks carry their own...
The singularly defining moment in Artificial Intelligence (AI) — even bigger than when IBM's Deep Blue beat chess master Garry Kasparov — happened back in in 2011 when the unbeatable Jeopardy! Champion Ken Jennings was finally taken down by IBM's new supercomputer, Watson.
Drugmakers in the EU are warning of drug supply chaos if the U.K. and European Commission can't strike a specific deal covering the approval of medicines before their governmental divorce.
The city of Ternate in eastern Indonesia seems forgotten by time.
Conversations with supply-chain executives about the innovative technologies that are already shaping the way that product is moved to market.
Miriam Gonzalez stepped outside her shuttered restaurant in this municipality near San Juan and offered an exaggerated grin. "This is my happy face," Gonzalez, 52, said, her voice heavy with mockery. "It's a very happy face. We all have it on."
Landlords of top U.S. malls used to rent most of their space to the biggest national retailers, which boasted the best credit and the most desirable selection of goods.