The Smartest Ways for Companies to Manage Product Returns – WSJ

https://www.wsj.com/articles/customer-product-returns-management-11668810822

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Electric Vehicles Require Lots of Scarce Parts. Is the Supply Chain Up to It? – WSJ

https://www.wsj.com/articles/electric-vehicles-scarce-parts-supply-chain-11668206037

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Five Mistakes Managers Make When Introducing AI—and How to Fix Them – The Wall Street Jo urnal.

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Five Mistakes Managers Make When Introducing AI—and How to Fix Them

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Prestigious M.B.A. Programs Go Online – The Wall Street Journal.

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Prestigious M.B.A. Programs Go Online

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Everybody Talks About Made in America. But It Isn’t That Simple. – WSJ

https://www.wsj.com/articles/manufacturing-returning-united-states-11666275864

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15 October, 2022 09:34

https://www.wsj.com/articles/meet-the-army-of-robots-coming-to-fill-in-for-scarce-workers-11665806451?reflink=integratedwebview_share

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Rethinking warehouse design

The tight labor market is prompting a bit of a makeover at warehouses. Companies including outdoor goods retailer REI and drug distributor McKesson are adding features such as natural light and fitness centers, the WSJ Logistics Report’s Liz Young writes, as they try to soften the hard industrial edges around their buildings in hopes of attracting and retaining workers. The upgrades followed rapid expansion in the distribution world that has seen warehousing employment double in the past six years and wages increase as companies compete for workers. The recruiting has grown harder amid reports about tough working conditions in warehouses, particularly as booming e-commerce demand during the pandemic has put a premium on speed and efficiency. The newest warehouses are still built to fit their industrial jobs, with many of the amenities added around the edges. But developers say the environment for workers is a growing concern in design.
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Vintage jeans from 1880

https://www.wsj.com/articles/jeans-vintage-levis-1880s-auction-buyer-11665444076?reflink=integratedwebview_share

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Fast Food: See the Top Drive-Through Chains Ranked Quickest to Slowest – WSJ

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Winners Know How to Harness Luck – The Wall Street Journal.

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Winners Know How to Harness Luck

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