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Business Casual: Google Takes on Amazon, Starbucks Tries Delivery, and the Telemedicine Argument (July...

On the premiere of Business Casual, hosts Tyler Kern and Daniel Litwin recap the week that was in the business-to-business world. Hear from New York Times bestselling author Bryan Eisenberg...

Growing Our Operation: Searching for a Data-Driven Senior Operations Leader

Innovation is what pushes businesses forward, and in today's technology driven world, leaders that innovate drive progress across organizations. At the heart of most companies is Operations, a department...

IoT Providers Need to Take Responsibility for Performance

Last year saw the continued growth of enterprises adopting internet of things solutions, with companies harnessing the power of wireless data collection, analytics and connectivity to enhance productivity and...

NRF: Will success in mobile shopping depend on progressive web apps?

Mobile site load time has a significant impact on conversion rates for mobile shoppers, according to statistics presented at the 2019 NRF Show in New York by Chris Sater,...

How To Combine Physiological Biometrics And Blockchain For Heightened Security

Blockchain restores trust by putting it in the hands of many instead of relying on a centralized entity, which gives it the potential to become one of the most...

IoT Security Continues To Be Greatest Challenge For Electronic Product Developers To Overcome

Security for IoT continues to be the greatest challenge for electronic product developers to overcome, according to new research from Avnet, a global technology solutions provider. Read More at Express...

Automation is changing modern farming

The growing interest in technology and automation is apparent in venture capital investments for ag tech startups. In 2007, according to TechCrunch, investors contributed US$200 million to a total of...

Re-purposing With A Purpose: Recycled Buildings Bring Back Industry

Re-purposed buildings are not a new trend. For centuries, retailers, restaurateurs and business owners of all kinds have found ways to fit their concepts into unconventional spaces. However, as...

EUR/USD parked around 1.1320 post-US Retail Sales

US Retail Sales came in above estimates in July. The European currency keeps the bearish note intact so far today, with EUR/USD gyrating around the 1.1320 region in the...

Meaty issues: does demand for plant-based food pose a threat to meat producers?

"They ask about it, comment on it and want to get some sense of it in market terms," he said, adding that a recent 'Go Vegan' billboard campaign had...

Water monitoring device will provide fast diagnosis of deadly bacteria

Such drinking water is estimated to cause 502 000 diarrhoeal deaths each year, according to the World Health Organization. That's why ensuring the microbiological safety of water is crucial....

7 Ways IoT Is Changing Retail in 2018

You walk into a store in search of new sunglasses. As you enter, your smartphone pings, and you open it to find a map, showing you where the sunglasses...

Global Wind Energy Insight: Offshore Going Global

Renewable Energy World We have all followed with great interest the extraordinary breakthrough in European offshore wind over the past few years. After struggling for a number of years...

Why is kombucha gaining traction with big drinks companies? – NPD trends

Molson Coors' acquisition of California-based Clearly Kombucha earlier this month, following PepsiCo's 2016 purchase of kombucha and vinegar tonics producer KeVita and Suja's (partly owned by Coca-Cola) recent kombucha...

Researcher who coined term for IoT sees evolution from software design to mass production

When Kevin Ashton (pictured) was a junior manager at Procter & Gamble Co., he came up with an idea to place radio frequency identification tags into the company's numerous...

IoT is coming to the supply chain: What happens next?

Across the world, experts in multiple industries seem to agree on one core assessment: We are only at the beginning of the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution. Consider the...

Samsung promises to use 100 percent renewable energy in US, Europe, and China by...

Samsung said today that its going to make its factories and offices in the US, Europe, and China run on 100 percent renewable energy. The announcement comes after a...

Autonomous Travel Suites and Aquaponic Experiences: Radical Innovation’s 2018 Finalists

The three finalists are: Aquaponic Experience Hotel by Varinot & Varinot Architectes (VVA), Paris; Autonomous Travel Suite by Aprilli Design Studio, Los Angeles; and Le Colline Incantate by Network...

Just Released: Top Retail Tech Investments For 2018 – Overview

In today's increasingly crowded digital commerce market and tight budgets, retailers have to make smart choices about which technologies to invest in and which they should forego for now....

Internet of Things (IoT) Technology Innovation Lighting The Tech Industry on Fire

The Internet of Things (IoT) market is rapidly becoming one of the more lucrative spaces within tech industry as its variety of uses becomes more expansive. One of the...

New Study Reveals How Factors Beyond Retail are Shaping the Future of Commerce

Walker Sands' fifth annual "Future of Retail" report reveals politics, voice-controlled devices, Amazon and new innovations in technology are driving a new era of commerce. The future of online...

Governor Cuomo announced approval of 49 Smart Schools Investment Plans that will modernize classrooms and equip students with the skills they need to thrive in the global economy.  Read More...

Where does the tillage sector fit in to Irish farming?

Sowing conditions, in many instances, were atrocious last back-end and, again, in the spring of this year. But nature has a wonderful way of re-bounding. All of this positivity...

NV Energy to submit plans for $2 billion in solar, storage projects

A solar project on Moapa Band of Paiutes land is part of a $2 billion plan by NV Energy and investors that may hinge on whether Nevada adopts its...

Oil climbs over 2 percent, shrugs off API’s U.S. crude build

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices surged on Wednesday, shrugging off an unexpected build in U.S. crude stockpiles and rebounding from a four-day slump as Russia's central bank expressed...