Immediate and sustainable productivity improvements across an entire organization are the primary reasons behind most software implementation projects. But software in isolation can’t solve business problems.Stuart Mann 7:30 AM 7/29/2015
Earlier this month, the Department of the Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) of the Indian government announced several reforms to the system of intellectual property inWilliam Mansfield 3:00 AM 7/29/2015
U.S. manufacturing is experiencing a growth revival, but concern around labor shortages is escalating. In fact, 98 percent of manufacturers this year noted labor issues, includingRick Schreiber 4:00 AM 7/28/2015
You know those black and white pictures that you look at and some see a vase and some see two faces? Or the one that looksWilliam Mansfield 3:00 AM 7/27/2015
Earlier this year, the World Trade Organization Appellate Body found that certain practices of the government of Argentina with respect to imports breached international trade rules.
China’s economy has slowed down in recent years, down from a stratospheric 11 percent annual average before the global financial crisis to a still-enviable annual ratePeter Buxbaum 6:00 AM 7/23/2015
International trade has rocketed into the headlines in 2015. Never has there been so many trade acronyms bounded around with such vigor. One such acronym hasFrank Samolis 4:00 AM 7/23/2015
The prospects of the U.S. Congress passing a comprehensive, multi-year highway package in the immediate future appear dim at this point.
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Talks beginning tomorrow in the Brazilian capital of Brasilia will tell whether the South American trading bloc Mercosur will be proceeding in earnest with free-trade talksPeter Buxbaum 8:24 AM 7/15/2015
Freight forwarders have long operated in data isolation, maintaining a veil of secrecy with supply chain partners. But companies that do so are denying themselves theMartin Lee 4:00 AM 7/15/2015