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How to Rent a Private Jet

Photo: Courtesy of Evojets Private jet travel is something we often associate exclusively with the astronomically wealthy. And while it’s no one’s idea of a...

Deciphering Machine Learning Dilemmas

The essence of machine learning is teaching computer programs to act like humans. Yet, as more supply chain professionals realize the value of mirroring...

Court Orders Swiss Crypto Mining Firm Envion to Shut Down

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Privacy-focused Cryptocurrency Zcash Begins Trading on Coinbase Pro

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Crypto Startup Uses Surveys to Build Exchange Based on ‘Emotions and...

A new crypto exchange says it offers “bells and whistles” compared with rivals – and argues that most of the market leaders are failing...

Russian Economic Minister Says BTC Is ‘Soap Bubble’ But Lauds Crypto’s...

The Minister of Economic Development of Russia referred to Bitcoin (BTC) as a “soap bubble” that has has led to investors’ losses, Russian informational...

The Logistics News that Shaped 2018

Every year at this time, group news editor Jeff Berman combs through the mountain of news that were reported, written, posted by the Logistics...

Managing Inventory in the Age of Grocery Delivery and Curbside Pickup

Digital communication is changing the way we connect, work, and shop. Grocery stores and big box stores are faced with the need to constantly...

Why Your Business Should Not Go Digital

Supply chain management used to be much simpler. With a single and linear network of operations supported by isolated ancillary functions, the focus was...

Smart meter fitting slows as deadline looms

The rate at which smart meters are being fitted in British homes has fallen, new figures show just days after the government insisted a...