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Retail giants eliminate middlemen at every possible step, and small businesses have the opportunity to do the same.
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Daniel Lubetzky, CEO and co-founder of Kind, discovered a hidden opportunity amid a flood of bad news.
President-elect Donald Trump has criticized Ford for the decision to shift production of Focus small cars to Mexico in 2018, and said he would consider levying tariffs on Mexican-made Fords.
What you find may dash your feelings of originality, but it can also be a roadmap for how to see your idea come onto the market.
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Bulk shopping platform Boxed is reducing prices on women's products that are more expensive than the same items made for men.
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The company wants to make products fast for U.S. consumers.
Japan's Panasonic said on Friday it would raise up to $3.86 billion in corporate bonds, partly because it needs to bring forward its investment in a Tesla Motors battery factory.
Reports out of Japan say the last producer of VHS players is calling it quits.
Daimler, the world's largest truck manufacturer, will use three-dimensional printing to produce spare parts, the latest example of how digital technologies are radically reshaping automotive manufacturing and its supply chain.
Hiral Sanghavi and his wife raised more than $11 million to design and manufacture a jacket that aims to solve logistical pain points for road warriors.
This year, its founders expect to sell 6 million units -- up from 8,000 in 2011.
Anheuser-Busch will lead production, bottling and distribution to retailers nationwide in partnership with its established network of wholesalers, the companies said.
Craig Wolfe, CEO of Celebriducks -- the top custom rubber duck manufacturer in the world -- describes how his company leverages the Made in the USA label.
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