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Credibility credentials matter

Whether you are a military boss or an industry chief, establishing competency is no longer such a narrow road.
by James Ashton
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Is vertical integration making a comeback?

It may look that way now, but the more interesting question is whether companies should turn back to outsourcing once global supply chains get unsnarled.
by Daniel Gross
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The purpose of “purpose”

It’s the buzzword of the year, but discussions about purpose require rigor to make them meaningful.
by Adam Bryant

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When ready-to-wear was truly becoming

Dorothy Whipple’s 1930 novel, High Wages, tells the story of a determined young woman who succeeds in business when dresses started coming off the rack.
by Daniel Akst

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The rise of the eco-friendly consumer

During the pandemic, consumers have become more sensitive to the environmental impacts of their shopping decisions, and consumer companies are responding.
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State of flux

The rapid changes in the way energy is created, distributed, and stored are creating new relationships between industry and government.

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