Mitch Mac Donald
Group Editorial Director
Mitch Mac Donald has over 30 years of experience in both the newspaper and magazine businesses. He has covered logistics issues for 25 years. Named one of the Top 10 Business Journalists in the U.S. in both 1995 and 1996, he has served in a multitude of editorial and publishing roles. The leading force behind the launch of Supply Chain Management Review, he was that brand's founding publisher and editorial director from 1997 to 2000. Additionally, he has served as news editor, chief editor, publisher and editorial director of Logistics Management, as well as publisher of Modern Materials Handling. Mitch is also the president and CEO of Agile Business Media, LLC, the parent company of DC Velocity and CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly.
Obama's moment to seize
History may tip its hat if he ends his term by driving a strong infrastructure bill through Congress.
Are you at risk?
How vulnerable is your supply chain to disruption? Here are 10 questions you need to address.
Highway safety starts with the shippers
Curbing road accidents is a marketplace mission, not a bureaucratic one.
An unprecedented study of home delivery logistics offers up traditional solutions to a very nontraditional challenge.
Forget leaning in, try looking up
Worried about missing something really important? Then you'll need to glance up from that phone or tablet once in a while.
A son, a job, a household, and a recovery
As the economy improves, those "boomerang" kids will find jobs, create households, and drive economic growth.
Feed the pups
Modest proposal to increase the length of twin trailers to 33 feet from 28 feet deserves to be in the next transportation reauthorization law.
Building jobs by building roads
New report shows that infrastructure is a much more significant factor in a healthy job market than researchers had expected.
The Reign of Ferro
A new rule, and the judicial blowback, is the latest chapter in a tenure that will not soon be forgotten.
The Kids Are Alright
Like every generation before us, we seem convinced that today's kids just don't get it. But they were wrong, and so are we.