Articles by author: Ken Sutton

Daimler Truck Shrugs Off Supply-Chain Issues With Rising Sales

(Bloomberg) -- Daimler Truck Holding AG said demand for commercial vehicles will continue to outweigh supply in the second half of the year after the German manufacturer reported Read more

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Micron’s Warning Adds to Evidence of Collapsing Chip Demand
August 11, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- Micron Technology Inc., the leading US maker of memory semiconductors, became the latest chipmaker to declare that demand is falling off rapidly. It warned investors that revenue won’t Read more
What the Fire Ignited: Transforming Tragedy into Personal and Professional Success
August 10, 2022
When life’s challenges are the toughest, inspiration comes from those who’ve faced the worst and come out on top. Just ask Shay Eskew, Chief Sales Office at CirclesX, a man who took on Read more
Getting into Driving Shape Through Supply Chain Fitness
August 10, 2022
Driving for a living can take a physical toll on the body. Dr. Mark Manera, Founder & CEO of Supply Chain Fitness, saw this toll first-hand through many of his professional driver physical therapy clients. Dr. Read more
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To Commercialize, Voice Tech Must First Solve Its ‘Cocktail Party Problem’
September 14, 2021
Our voice technologies have not been engineered to confront the messiness of the real world or the cacophony of our actual lives. On average, men and women speak roughly 15,000 words per day. Read more