Susan Zucker, adjunct instructor at Champlain College Online, discusses the challenge and advantages of online education of students preparing for a career in supply-chain management during a pandemic.
Conan Ward, president and general manager of RubiQon Risk, a newly formed subsidiary of QOMPLX, details the evolution of the cyber-risk insurance industry, and describes how it can protect manufacturers against loss from cyberattacks.
Alex Sarria, member of the litigation practice of Miller & Chevalier, explains the content of a new rule by the U.S. government, further expanding its ban on the procurement of telecommunications equipment and services from Huawei and other Chinese technology companies.
Major brands and manufacturers are laying the groundwork for shifting operations out of China in favor of several other low-cost countries — and maybe even the U.S., says Juan Riboldi, principal and president of Ascent Advisor.
We’re in a time of multiple bankruptcies being declared by venerable retail brands. Jason DeJonker, attorney with the law firm of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, discusses their options in the face of ultimate failure.
Rohan Thambrahalli, chief executive officer of UpstartWorks, explains how direct fulfillment can serve as a valuable alternative to traditional means of shipping online purchases to customers, especially with the coming of the peak shopping season.
Trade consultant Nelson Balido, principal of Balido & Associates, outlines what Mexico's government must do in order for that country to become an attractive alternative for manufacturing products destined for U.S. consumers.