COVID-19, along with its direct impacts (lockdowns, border closures, etc.), has sent a domino effect of related disruption, including supply shortages and financial distress – but these aren’t the only threats in town.
Companies across industries are looking for ways to make their supply chains more sustainable, resilient, and socially responsible. Social enterprises can be valuable partners in achieving these goals.
A Senate plan to spend $550 billion on U.S. infrastructure stands to benefit industries heavily dependent on transportation, with companies including Amazon.com Inc., FedEx Corp. and Comcast Corp. among the biggest winners.
Laura Fraedrich, global trade and policy attorney with Lowenstein Sandler LLP, explains why the United States and European Union set aside their bitter and longstanding dispute over aerospace subsidies.
At the direction of President Biden, the National Institute of Standards and Technology recently issued an updated definition of what constitutes “critical” software components that are commonly found within supply chains. But according to one cybersecurity expert, the language reveals a curious omission.
As the U.S. government works to address the semiconductor shortage and reestablish itself as a global leader in the space, it must focus on incentivizing fabricators to bring about revolutionary changes that will ensure access to the most advanced microelectronics.
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