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Level up Your Operations With Win-Win Vendor Relationships

No company delivers quality goods on time without a strong, smooth-running supplier network. Building profitable relationships with vendors ensures long-term success.

Dipti Parmar

UN Warns Climate Change May Doom Us, but Nobel Committee Suggests Taxing Pollution Might Save Us

The latest and most pessimistic warning about climate catastrophe came the same day as the Nobel Prize committee honored two economists for their work exploring potential solutions.

Peter Page

Blockchain Geopolitics: Is It East vs. West or Is It Large Countries vs. Small?

While some countries are restricting blockchain projects, others are actively recruiting them.

David Niki

Lab-Grown Meat and Other Substitutes Can't Be Labeled as Meat, Missouri State Rules

Apparently 'shopper confusion' is to blame for the new marketing regulation.

Rachel England

A Former Spam King Reflects on 15 Years in Email Marketing

Complain about regulation all you want but a single set of rules is fundamental to making an industry grow.

Scott Richter

Elon Musk Explains Why He's Still Sleeping on the Tesla Factory Floor

The Tesla founder and CEO gives people a peek behind the curtain in a new interview.

Nina Zipkin

Facebook's Data Scandal and Europe's New Data Privacy Rule Have Massive Implications for U.S. Entrepreneurs

Facebook's accelerating fall from grace comes just as the EU is implementing what is likely to be the global gold standard for data regulation.

Arndt Groth

If the Feds Don't Act, Expect More Autonomous Car Accidents

The death of Elaine Herzberg after a collision with an Uber self-driving car could hinder autonomous vehicle development, but it might also force much-needed federal regulation.

Doug Newcomb

Craiglist Blocks Personal Ads to Protest Anti Sex-Trafficking Law

It wants to bring them back 'some day,' but can't under the current legal regime.

Daniel Cooper

The Inventor of the World Wide Web Says It's Out of Control and Needs to Be Regulated

In an open letter, Tim Berners-Lee raised the question over whether internet companies can effectively police themselves.

Michael Kan