Supply Chain


CSR

New benchmark report takes global look at CSR performance

2019-11-26T17:59:00+00:00By

A new benchmark report published by sustainability ratings provider EcoVadis provides a comprehensive analysis of the corporate social responsibility performance of more than 30,000 companies around the world.

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Proactive approach needed in today’s cyber-crime environment

2019-11-18T15:23:00+00:00By

An expert sheds light on behavioral science-driven solutions that help businesses prepare for a breach before it happens.

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Reports: Huawei dangles incentives to overcome U.S. sanctions

2019-11-13T21:21:00+00:00By

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is reportedly offering cash rewards to employees aiding its struggle against significant U.S. sanctions.

Blockchain

Volvo becomes latest to join Responsible Sourcing Blockchain Network

2019-11-06T17:51:00+00:00By

The Responsible Sourcing Blockchain Network announced its digital supply chain for cobalt has moved beyond pilot phase and is progressing toward use in live production computing environments from spring 2020, just as Volvo joins as its newest member.

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Oxfam slams U.K. supermarkets over worker abuses in supply chains

2019-10-11T16:47:00+01:00By

In an effort to cut costs and raise revenue, U.K. supermarkets are endangering employees with such abuses as a lack of toilets, unsafe drinking water, and illnesses resulting from exposure to pesticides, says a new report from Oxfam.

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How industries are responding to the escalating U.S.-China trade war

2019-09-06T15:36:00+01:00By

While the escalating tit-for-tat trade war and increasing tariff rate hikes between the U.S. and China cannot be controlled, proactive companies are learning to swing with the punches—from diversifying their supply chains to shifting their production lines elsewhere.

Blockchain

Blockchain: The new frontier for supply chain risk management

2019-07-29T18:59:00+01:00By

A new pilot project currently being explored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has enlisted IBM, KPMG, Merck, and Walmart to help determine how to incorporate blockchain into pharmaceutical supply chains.