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Fed raises interest rates; World Bank asks if global recession is...

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System has again raised interest rates by three-quarters of a point and the action has again...

XPO Logistics in new partnership with Google Cloud

The companies are aiming for zero net emissions from their new collaboration.

How did the global supply chain break down? And how can...

The disruptions created by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan were a prelude of today's crisis.

An unwelcome new normal: Supply shortages in the food business

"I pay over $3,000 in paper and plastic a month," said Dancho.

Odyssey Logistics unveils four new operating divisions

Odyssey transacts more than $3 billion in freight each year.

XPO Logistics’ Brad Jacobs considers the state of the disrupted supply...

"I would not want to have Jay Powell's job," he said.

Supply chain woes delay distribution of Connecticut’s at-home Covid tests

No date was given on when the tests would be available.

NFIB: Small business optimism on the decline

Small business owners expecting better business conditions over the next six months fell four points to a net negative 37% -- its lowest level since November 2012.

Restaurant industry facing winter of discontent – again

“I’m telling restaurateurs that their job is still survival,” Connecticut Restaurant Association President and CEO Scott Dolch says. “The next six months are going to be critical."

Manufacturing poised for progress – but where are the workers?

Sikorsky is an exception to the workforce dilemma, according to its president, Paul Lemmo; the Stratford firm hired about 1,000 people last year and has added another 600 so far in 2021.

Crisis? What crisis? Supply chain snafus be damned, says GXO Logistics...

"We're the magic dust," says Mark Manduca, chief investment officer of the months-old Greenwich firm.

PepsiCo CFO warns of higher product prices in early 2022

However, the company does not foresee problems in stocking supermarket shelves.

Economist Sanford Ikeda sees healthy economy despite Wall Street roller coaster

The meltdown of the Dow Jones Industrial Average does not necessarily reflect the real world of the economy in the view of Sanford Ikeda,...

Initiative looks to boost small-supplier participation

IBM and Business Council seek to regionalize a national $6 billion boon.

Learn to improve inventory planning

Whether you’re talking about office suppliers or a factory running at full tilt, it’s easy to build up excess inventory.