Will Better Supply Chain Visibility Solve California’s Dock Problems?

There is a bevy of ships vying for the same docks on the West Coast. From Los Angeles to San Francisco, ships park off the coast for long periods. At times, around 40 ships have been stopped for nearly a week with almost 14,000 containers. What are these bottlenecks doing to the supply chain? How is this affecting businesses in California and Read more

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Is Infrastructure To Blame For California’s Port Problems?
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From Los Angeles to Long Beach, cargo ships are backed up off the coast. The supply chain snafu leaves ships vying for the same docks and often backs them up for as much as a week. At its peak, Read more
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Will Better Supply Chain Visibility Solve California’s Dock Problems?

There is a bevy of ships vying for the same docks on the West Coast. From Los Angeles to San Francisco, ships park off the coast for long periods. At times, around 40 ships have been stopped for nearly a week with almost 14,000 containers. What are these bottlenecks doing to the supply chain? How is this affecting businesses in California and Read more
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Propelling: Mistakes Made by Drone Early Adopters – And How to Avoid Them
Drones are here to stay, with UAVs and other solutions making surveying, imaging and a variety of other tasks much simpler. This can bring a wide range of benefits to your organization – provided you can avoid common pitfalls drone early adopters face. On this episode of Propelling from Microdrones, host Read more
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“Lunar LTE” may sound like a phrase ripped from a bad sci-fi movie, but it’s no fiction – Nokia is making lunar connectivity unlike anything we’ve seen before a reality. Project “Tipping Point” is actively deploying the first LTE/4G communications system in space, greatly expanding our ability to drive Read more
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(Bloomberg) -- U.S. employers added the most jobs in seven months with improvement across most industries in March, as more vaccinations and fewer business restrictions supercharged the labor market recovery. Nonfarm payrolls increased by 916,000 last month and February employment was revised up to a 468,000 gain, according to a Labor Read more
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Andrew Bosworth, vice president at Facebook Reality Labs, predicts that in about 15 to 20 years, mobile phones could be replaced by more advanced VR technology. Bosworth speaks to Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." --   Host: So take me ahead than 10 years, do we all have? Do we all still have phones and do we Read more
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Propelling: Mistakes Made by Drone Early Adopters – And How to Avoid Them
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Drones are here to stay, with UAVs and other solutions making surveying, imaging and a variety of other tasks much simpler. This can bring a wide range of benefits to your organization – provided you can avoid common pitfalls drone early adopters face. On this episode of Propelling from Microdrones, host Shelby Skrhak was joined by Hanno Read more

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Will Solar Panel Installation Quadruple by 2030?
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Dr. Gilbert Michaud is a professor at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University. He studies renewable energy policy and economic development, and he shared his insights about the potential exponential growth of solar installations. "I do, in fact, believe that the prediction Read more
3×5: Moving Global Human Rights Forward
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In recent years, the United States has made huge strides in areas like technology, science and politics. But where does the country stand as a leader in human rights? Stuart Milk, the nephew of famed politician Harvey Milk, is uniquely poised to answer this question. As the Co-founder and Executive Chair of Read more
3×5: What Experiential Retail Will Look Like After the Pandemic
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Experiential retail is a phenomenon that had gained rapid ground in recent years – but all of that changed once the pandemic hit. For many event producers and retailers, the physical experience is now in a state of limbo as many try to figure out how to adapt them for a post-pandemic world. Here to share Read more

3×5: Moving Global Human Rights Forward

In recent years, the United States has made huge strides in areas like technology, science and politics. But where does the country stand as a leader in human rights? Stuart Milk, the nephew of famed politician Harvey Milk, is uniquely poised to answer this Read more
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