When a brittle supply chain snaps, customers don’t get their products, companies lose revenue, brands are sullied, and the company suffers.
China Labor Watch says Apple must take more responsibility for improving labor conditions; Apple says it has.
The delivery service muscled up for Christmas to avoid delivery problems, but demand came in below expectations.
Reverse factoring can raise the risk profile of supply chains to dangerous levels, and could even cause a systematic financial failure.
Poor distribution by Target reportedly meant that shelves lacked basic products.
Some workers' comp doctors have found a new way to dispense drugs from their offices at two to three times the price charged by pharmacies.
Citigroup says falling oil prices are exposing projects that were either poorly executed or bad ideas to begin with.
It's not only multinationals that will benefit from the canal's new capacity, accommodating ships more than twice the current maximum size.
CEO Jeff Immelt tells investors that 40% of the company's energy portfolio is going to be hurt by lower oil prices.
OPEC says crude oil demand will drop to 28.92 million barrels per day in 2015, more than 1 million bpd less than it currently produces.