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Walmart is quietly taking charge of its rail operations — and it could slash transportation costs as the country’s largest retailer seeks ...

Walmart is taking control of their supply chain through a pilot program in which the retailer uses name-brand freight containers designed in-house.

Foxconn is slashing costs ahead of a ‘difficult’ year — and it’s the latest warning sign for Apple

Regardless of whether Foxconn is just going through a regular belt-tightening period, it's sure to spark speculation of a slowdown in iPhone demand.
An Amazon fulfillment center.

Nashville will become a critical hub for Amazon’s logistics business — but it doesn’t mean there will also be a boom in warehouse jo...

Jobs at Amazon's new operations center in Nashville, Tennessee, will pay around $158,000 on average.
The Range Rover Sport Dynamic, a Jaguar Land Rover car.

Jaguar Land Rover says 40,000 UK jobs and £80 billion of investment are threatened by a ‘bad Brexit’

Jaguar Land Rover is Britain's biggest car manufacturer and exporter. One in three cars sent overseas by the UK are Jaguars or Land Rovers and 80% of the 621,000 cars it sold in 2017 were sold internationally. 20% went to Europe.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Viant, GSK partner for blockchain in pharmaceuticals — CMS moves to increase the use of digital health solutions &...

Blockchain startup Viant announced a new collaboration with pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Microsoft, and others to develop supply chain solutions.

BI Intelligence launches new coverage for enterprises working in transportation and logistics

Transportation and logistics is getting disrupted by self-driving cars, autonomous trucks, drones, AI, and more...

Here’s how dependent some companies are on Apple’s success

Apple makes the world go round for many companies, sometimes to a risky degree.

Traditional car companies may not be able to keep up with the shift to electric cars

The traditional auto industry is frantically trying to get ahead of the curve when it comes to electric cars.

Google’s new phone isn’t really a threat to Apple’s iPhone — yet

Apple shouldn't be too worried that the Pixel, which retails for $649, should cut into the iPhone's market share.