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December 17, 2014Amazon Workers in Germany Extend Strike
Amazon staff at German warehouses extended a strike on Wednesday in a long-running dispute over better pay and conditions
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December 17, 2014New Jersey Tops List of Truck Freight Congestion
The George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, N.J. topped the list of the most congested locations for truck freight, according to analysis from the American Transportation Research Institute.
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December 17, 2014Amid discord, ILWU, PMA to restart direct talks
Negotiators for the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association will resume direct negotiations on Thursday, even as they disagree over the current state of the contract talks
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December 17, 2014Fostering a Spirit of Supply Chain Innovation
ow will next year be different from this one? One change could involve fostering a stronger spirit for supply chain innovation.
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December 15, 2014U.A.E. Sees OPEC Output Unchanged Even If Oil Drops to $40
OPEC members will wait at least three months before considering an emergency meeting
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December 15, 2014New era of cheap oil will destroy green revolution
As the price of a barrel falls below $60, the long-term impact on wind, solar and hydro-power could be catastrophic for the planet
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December 15, 2014Why brick-and-mortar stores still matter
To keep the brick-and-mortar stores relevant, retailers are implementing new strategies to keep customers coming to their stores and buying big.
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December 15, 2014Factories Charge Ahead to Propel U.S. Growth Into 2015: Economy
Unbowed by a global slowdown or rising dollar, U.S. manufacturing roared ahead in November, giving the world’s largest economy a charge heading into 2015.
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December 10, 2014Bank of America sees $50 oil as Opec dies
"Our biggest worry is the end of the liquidity cycle. The Fed is done. The reach for yield that we have seen since 2009 is going into reverse”, said Bank of America
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December 10, 2014Trucks Hauled Over 73 Percent of Shipments Nationwide
Trucks accounted for 73.1% of the total value of commodities shipped in 2012 with a worth of more than $10 trillion, according to a U.S. Census Bureau survey
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