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Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout Carries Lessons for Pharma Supply Chains, Says Pfizer Executive

A supply-chain leader at the drugmaker says companies will map out manufacturing and distribution in advance to get lifesaving products to the public.


Gucci, Burberry Join Booming Secondhand Luxury Trade

A Gucci handbag for $250 instead of $2,000? The increasingly popular used-goods market is splitting the industry.


Big Tech’s New Anti-Hacking Strategy: Trust No One

Hackers keep tricking employees to gain access to corporate networks, so companies are changing their approach to make it harder to wreak havoc once they’re in.


Oracle’s Ellison’s Compensation Topped $130 Million Last Fiscal Year

Leaders of the business software giant were among the best paid in the U.S. 


Beyond Meat’s Chief Supply Chain Officer To Leave Company

The move comes the same week the plant-based meat company’s operating chief was suspended following his arrest on a battery charge.


Ford’s Latest Supply-Chain Problem: a Shortage of Blue Oval Badges

The car company has run into supply constraints with the brand-name badges and the nameplates that specify the model, important identifiers for the auto maker’s products.


World Bank’s David Malpass Says He Isn’t Resigning Amid Criticism of His Climate Views

The international financial institution’s president says the bank’s shareholders haven’t asked him to step down.


War, Inflation Knock World Economy Off Balance

Business surveys indicate that economic activity in Europe declined sharply in September, raising the risk of recession as governments grapple with surging prices and disruptions from Russia’s attack on Ukraine.


U.K.’s Sweeping Tax Cuts Send Pound Tumbling, Yields Higher

The British government unveiled the sweeping cuts in a bold bet to jolt the U.K.’s inflation stricken economy into growth, prompting a slide in the pound and a jump in government bond yields.


How the Minions Became Hollywood’s Mightiest Franchise

They’re on Walmart shelves, candy wrappers and dog costumes. They’ve even appeared on a Ukrainian missile. How the Minions got to be everywhere.