Jay Johnson, senior manager of Labelmaster Services, explains why regulations on the handling of hazardous materials apply to distributors of the COVID-19 vaccine, even though the vaccine isn’t itself classified as a “dangerous good” for purposes of transportation.
For U.S. politicians, China’s potential to dominate sensitive cutting-edge technologies poses one of the biggest geopolitical threats of the next few decades. President Xi Jinping is similarly worried the U.S. will block China’s rise, and is unveiling plans for greater self-sufficiency.
A look at the latest economic stimulus package, proposed by the Biden Administration and being shepherded through a divided Congress, with John Rosen, adjunct professor and director of The Liberty Initiative in the Pompea College of Business Economics Department at the University of New Haven.
With over 34% of all employees expected to be fully remote by year-end, I.T. departments are racing against the clock to implement safe and secure remote infrastructure systems that will meet the needs of their employees.
Cheryl Druehl, associate professor of operations management at George Mason University’s School of Business, details the many ways that distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine went wrong — and the lessons to be learned from it.