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Experts Weigh In on Groceryshop 2021’s Most Important Trends

Groceryshop 2021 is expected to give all sides of the broader food & beverage industry a better understanding of how recent accelerations and disruptions have shaped food Read more

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Biden Nears Win as Japan, Dutch Back China Chip Controls
January 29, 2023

For more on the West’s race to implement China chip controls, read Bloomberg’s explainer on the computer chip “arms race.” (Bloomberg) — Japan and the Netherlands are poised to join the US in limiting China’s access to advanced semiconductor machinery, forging a powerful alliance that will undercut Beijing’s ambitions to build its own domestic […]

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NYSE Mayhem Traced to a Staffer Who Left a Backup System Running
January 28, 2023

(Bloomberg) — More than 700 miles from Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange’s backup data center on Cermak Road in Chicago is supposed to safeguard US markets, standing by at all hours in case disaster ever strikes the world’s largest venue for trading shares. When markets are closed, it participates in a well-worn routine, […]

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California Storms Have Farmers Rushing to Avoid Crop Shortfall
January 28, 2023

(Bloomberg) — California farmers are facing costly damages from weeks of severe California storms that may trigger more expensive US fruits and vegetables in a time of massive food inflation. “The numbers are going to be somewhere in the hundreds of millions and perhaps in the billions,” Dave Puglia, head of the trade group Western […]

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Experts Weigh In on Groceryshop 2021’s Most Important Trends
September 20, 2021

Groceryshop 2021 is expected to give all sides of the broader food & beverage industry a better understanding of how recent accelerations and disruptions have shaped food technologies. The exciting mix of professionals from pop-up shop innovators, to visual intelligence developers, to SaaS and delivery platforms will offer one of the first in-person blends of […]

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New York Takes Over Title as US City with the Worst Traffic
July 15, 2021

When you hear about a city with the “worst traffic in the U.S.,” you likely picture Los Angeles and its endless seas of brake lights, which go from rage-inducing during normal periods to downright torturous during high-travel times. However, LA is no longer No. 1 in terms of gridlock. The Texas A&M Transportation Institute recently […]

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Are MaaS and MOD Ready to Solve America’s Traffic Woes?
July 12, 2021

The City of Angels is no longer ruling from on high in terms of American traffic. The new honor for worst traffic in the country goes to the Big Apple, which took a bite out of the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim region’s reign for the first time since 1982, according to the Texas A&M University Transportation […]

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Biden Acknowledges US Overreliance on Foreign Supply Chains
February 25, 2021

President Joe Biden ordered a government review of U.S. supply chains, seeking to end the country’s reliance on China and other adversaries for crucial goods. Biden met with a group of lawmakers from both parties at the White House Wednesday afternoon to discuss the semiconductor shortage, and ways to strengthen supply chains. Watch above […]

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Where Bike-Sharing Fits into Post-COVID Transit
June 26, 2020

On this episode of MarketScale Live, host and Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin was joined by Francesco Cerroni, Associate Mobility Leader at Buro Happold. Buro Happold is an international consultancy of engineers, consultants and advisers with a stated mission of “delivering creative, value-led solutions for an ever-challenging world.” Cerroni and Litwin dove into the […]

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CES 2020 on Transit Infrastructure and Partnerships to Look Out For
January 22, 2020

Transportation technology was a hot topic at CES 2020, and MarketScale was there to gauge industry leaders’ thoughts on everything from micro-mobility and artificial intelligence’s role in the future of transportation to the use of mobile devices, private-public partnerships, and more. Below is a brief look at some of the insights they shared with MarketScale […]

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CES 2020 on the Outlook of Smart City Development
January 15, 2020

Smart cities and the influence of tech on civic life and commerce is a hot topic in B2C and B2B circles. At CES 2020, MarketScale had the chance to speak with the world’s most innovative developers about how AI, electronics, and technology are transforming our environment. Bosch, NIU and Omron are just a few companies […]

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CES 2020: Creating a Platform for Mobility as a Service With Bell’s Carey Cannon
January 15, 2020

Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin recently sat down with Bell’s Chief Engineer of Innovation Carey Cannon at CES 2020 to discuss micro-mobility and solutions for current urban and rural transit challenges, among other insights. Cannon and Litwin discussed how Bell is pioneering air-mobility at scale and working with cities to implement the necessary infrastructure for […]

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The Technology Guiding Micro-Mobility into the Future with Tony Ho
October 10, 2019

Whether you live in Chicago, Austin, Atlanta, or San Diego, you have likely seen scooters make their way into the nation’s major urban hubs. These scooters are the latest development in micro-mobility, helping transport people short distances with ease and efficiency. Today we explore the world of micro-mobilty on this episode of The Last […]

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