President Joe Biden called on Congress to intervene to avoid a strike that he said would ‘devastate our economy.’
Many voters say inflation is the issue that matters to them most as they head to the polls. The problem is, the people they choose can’t do much about it.
For Australia’s dairy farmers the worst of times are turning out to be the best of times for farmgate prices.
During COVID, rich countries have used masks and gloves from their medical stockpiles. But not all countries are so fortunate. We found the best way to help. It may not be what you think.
The rise of e-commerce means billions of packages are delivered in the US each year. That creates traffic and pollution, but urban freight researchers are finding better way to get goods to customers.
Africa must focus on building strong alliances with advanced economies to mitigate the steps being taken by the European Union and US.
The bullwhip effect describes small changes in demand that become amplified as they move down the supply chain, resulting in shortages. The pandemic put that phenomenon on steroids.
If you’re holding off on renovating until next year expecting prices to calm down, odds are you will be disappointed.
Strikes, climate change and the cost of living are among factors that will affect product availability this winter.
A new energy deal between Canada and Germany could revitalize the Port of Churchill in Manitoba by increasing ammonia export traffic.
Inflation is perhaps the biggest poverty accelerator in the economy due to its weakening effect on people’s purchasing power.
Scheduled strikes by UK port workers will add to the challenges plaguing the UK supply chain.
Our shift to free-range eggs carries a higher likelihood of winter shortages.
No electric vehicle maker currently meets all the bill’s supply chain requirements, not even Tesla. One big reason: China.
Bringing advanced technologies to the ancient practice of farming could help feed the world’s growing population, but it could also open the door for people looking to disrupt the global food system.
Rising inflation rates due to supply-side factors – COVID-19, Ukraine and supply chain shortages – make countering inflation difficult for the central bank.
Labor market disruptions, supply chain strains and the war in Ukraine have taken a toll everywhere.
A severe shortage of tampons alongside sharp price increases have sparked concerns that lower-income women may have difficulty accessing menstrual products.
Negotiations between Russia and Turkey to ensure safe passage of Ukrainian grain hint at a new era of global food diplomacy.
An infant nutrition expert explains the efforts to ensure there is enough baby formula for US consumption and the differences between domestic and imported produce.