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What's old is new—again
Remember how e-commerce was supposed to push out all the brick-and-mortar retailers? It's finally happening.
Rockefeller Group buys N.J. site for $57 million; will develop logistics center
Deal touted as one of the largest sales of development rights in state's history.
New service from Jabil will analyze the impact of changes in trade, tax, and tariff policies on a company's supply chain
The T3 Policy Readiness Assessment service will help customers better understand how geopolitical changes could affect their manufacturing and distribution agility, according to the solution provider.
U.S. economy can push 3-percent growth next year if retailers cut stores, economist says
Ratajczak says oil won't exceed $70 a barrel for next three years.
Guess the song title, win a prize
Correctly identify the song-title reference in our magazine. You'll be entered into a drawing for some coffee to get your morning off to a rocking start.
Annual "State of Logistics Report" shows industry looking in cloudy rear-view mirror
Expenditures dropped in 2016 for first time in six years; logistics-spending-to-GDP ratio at lowest level since '09.
Amazon buys Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion
Acquisition gives e-tailing giant access to more than 460 brick-and-mortar stores.
AI adoption in supply chain is accelerating, but barriers to success abound, analyst says
In a recent conference presentation, Gartner's Noha Tohamy outlined promising supply chain applications for artificial intelligence and discussed potential barriers to adoption.
Gartner analysts urge supply chain executives to "aspire, challenge, and transform"
Conference suggests strategies for taking advantage of disruptive technologies.
Infographic: Taking stock
E-commerce has brought DC management to a tipping point. For the first time, our annual DC and warehouse survey shows companies are changing how they measure success. Here are some of the study's highlights.

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