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Biden, Ports, Unions, and Retailers Promise to Save the Supply Chain
U.S. President Joe Biden held a meeting today with retailers, port leaders, and unions to discuss how to solve the many supply chain issues caused by COVID-19.
Total Retail Loss 2.0: Moving Beyond the Theory
Since its introduction in 2016, the Total Retail Loss concept has received critical acclaim across the globe, stimulated debate about what constitutes retail “loss,” and discussion about what the future role of the LP function might be. New research addressed how it has been implemented, its effectiveness, and what changes to the theory are required.
The Influence of Social Media on Sales of Essential Retail Items During the Current...
Retail supply chain analysts may want to consider Twitter traffic by geography to be one more signal to improve their demand-based decisions when distributing goods from distribution centers to stores.
Thoughts from Industry Leaders on Opportunities and Failures with COVID-19
Retail executives offer their insights into the opportunities, challenges, and failures of organizations related to loss prevention, supply chain, crisis management, and other areas.
The Fallout of Holiday Peak on Supply Chain
As e-commerce continues to evolve, so will loss prevention. We have literally entered a new era in how the consumer shops, and retailers must continue to figure out ways to ship these orders. This is true year-round but even more critical during peak season.