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…but there is debate over what that means In 2022, groceries grew to 8.9% of e-commerce spending, and curbside pickup accounted for 20%...
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If 2022 was the year of the ‘squeeze’… 2023 is almost certainly going to be the year of the ‘crunch’.  Against the background of an...
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As world leaders gather in Davos for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum to discuss a business environment that is so...
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In the world of sanctions compliance, the main focus of 2022 was the Russia-Ukraine war. G7 policy makers continue demonstrating a strong...
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With the world continuing to experience major disruption via ongoing war and an unsettled economy, there is an opportunity for retailers...
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2022 was, in many regards, a year for the record books. Supply chains were more fractured than ever, and no link was left untouched by...
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When we launched the results of our 10th Annual Home Delivery consumer survey earlier this year, I was tempted to dust off my archives...
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Our 4th annual survey reveals an urgency among executives to confront ongoing disruptors such as supply chain issues, energy shortages,...
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North America terminal operators will be under financial pressure in 2023. We expect container terminals and container operators’ margins...
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The MedTech industry historically has been one of the more stable sectors. But, with multiple disruptive forces now at play, no one is...
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Increased tensions between the two largest economies, a recent war, and a pandemic have caused the economic and geopolitical world order...
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After a few turbulent years, the apparel industry is settling into a new normal that looks nothing like it did before. Rather than...
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Last week, a union representing almost 12,000 rail workers in the United States voted down a tentative contract, which had been brokered...
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With double-digit inflation, rising borrowing costs, falling consumer demand sitting alongside the constant need to innovate, ESG...
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Eroding fundamentals portend tough times ahead for the industry AlixPartners’ 2022 Container Shipping Outlook observed that “today’s...
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Supply chain disruption has brought record high transportation costs over the past two years. Shippers – and eventually consumers – have...