Citigroup CEO Jane Fraser
Citigroup CEO: ‘We’re Probably In for a Bit of a Brutal Winter’

Citigroup CEO Jane Fraser has bad news, warning that the markets are in for a “brutal winter.”

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Supply Chain Issues Lead to Raspberry Pi’s First-Ever Price Increase

Raspberry Pi has announced it is raising its prices — for the first time ever — as a result of supply chain issues and component shortages.

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Major Retailers Commit to Zero-Carbon Ships by 2040

Some of the world’s biggest retailers have taken a significant step toward decarbonization, committing to zero-carbon ocean shipping by 2040.

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CloudBees: 45% of Execs Are Only Halfway Through Securing Supply Chain

The latest report from CloudBees is bad news for the cloud industry, with many companies still not fully securing their supply chain.

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White House Wades In As Chip Crisis Poised to Cost Auto Industry $210 Billion

The White House is discussing the ongoing semiconductor crisis with companies as the auto industry is poised to lose $210 billion in revenue.

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How the Supply Chain Can Get its Resiliency Back

The pandemic put an unprecedented strain on the supply chain, revealing the need for new…

National Retail Federation CEO Matthew Shay: This Is A Great Time For Innovation
National Retail Federation CEO: This Is A Great Time For Innovation

National Retail Federation CEO Matthew Shay says that the pandemic has made this a great time for innovation by retailers.

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Teamsters Vote to Prioritize Unionizing Amazon Workers

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters has voted to create a division specifically tasked with assisting Amazon workers.

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Teamsters May Set Their Sights on Amazon

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters may take on Amazon at a time when the company is aggressively combating unionization efforts.

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Subaru Shutting Japanese Plants in July Due to Semiconductor Shortage

The semiconductor shortage continues to take a toll, with Subaru announcing it is temporarily shutting down plants in Japan in July.