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California Oil Spill is a “Tempest in a Teapot,” Oil Economist Says

California is in emergency mode to reign in a 25-mile oil slick, after an estimated 3,000 barrels, or 126,000 gallons, of post-production crude was spilled in the Pacific Ocean off Read more

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NRF 2022 Retail's Big Show
What’s in the Shopping Cart for the 2022 National Retail Federation’s Big Show?
January 14, 2022
 In just a few short days, from January 16th through the 18th, the National Retail Federation will launch Retail’s Big Show in the shopping capital of the world, New York City. As retail Read more
Schools Struggle to Reach Their Education Technology Goals. Here’s Why and How To Fix It.
January 14, 2022
As we hit the two-year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic, the education sector continues to struggle in adjusting to virtual and hybrid education at scale. In 2020, McKinsey estimated that, due to COVID Read more
85% of Clinical Drug Trials Face Delays. What's the True Cost?
85% of Clinical Drug Trials Face Delays. What’s the True Cost?
January 14, 2022
  Clinical trials can save lives and provide new ways to treat disease. The industry estimates that 85% of all clinical trials face delays due to patient enrollment. Understanding that challenge Read more
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California Oil Spill is a “Tempest in a Teapot,” Oil Economist Says
October 6, 2021
California is in emergency mode to reign in a 25-mile oil slick, after an estimated 3,000 barrels, or 126,000 gallons, of post-production crude was spilled in the Pacific Ocean off Read more
The Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack is a Study on Material Price Fluctuation
May 19, 2021
The recent successful cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline sent a shockwave throughout the oil and gas industry beyond in the United States, and it’s not serving as a unique case study in how the Read more