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Amazon Gets Up Close and Personal with P&G

Oct. 15, 2013
Amazon is sharing warehouse space with major suppliers to grab a bigger piece of the CPG market.
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Go Ahead and Bore Me -- You're Not Paying Me Enough to Think

Sept. 27, 2013
New research suggests that nobody wants to be challenged in their jobs anymore.
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USPS Struggles to Stay Solvent and Relevant

Aug. 18, 2013
It’s got to be tough running the U.S. Postal Service, especially these days, when the government-agency-that’s-not-really-a-government-agency not only is having trouble making...
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Just Another Robot on the Lost Highway

July 26, 2013
Will truck drivers be the next occupation to be automated by robots?
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Continuous Improvement

Lean Survival Strategies in the Textile Industry

April 29, 2013
Textile manufacturers may be a vanishing breed in the U.S., but lean supply chain practices are helping the strongest survive.
Energy Management

Deadly Emissions Are Lurking in Your Backyard

Sept. 26, 2012
Grilling a hamburger emits more particulates than a long-haul truck driving down the highway for two hours.
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Supply Chain

Healthcare Costs Are Making the Supply Chain Sick

Sept. 14, 2012
Based on the annual “pain in the supply chain” survey conducted by UPS, 53% of U.S. companies in the healthcare field say they’re still feeling the impact of the economic downturn...

Playing at Work Can Be More Stressful than Working at Work

July 19, 2012
In summertime, the living is easy, as the song goes, but not necessarily the working. Recognizing that most employees would rather be anywhere else but in the office during the...
Software & Systems

The Top 25 Supply Chains of 2012

May 23, 2012
It’s that time of year again, when analyst firm Gartner reveals the winners of its supply chain popularity contest, and once again, not surprisingly, the most popular company ...