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In the Wake of Fuel Efficiency Scandals, Auto Makers Brace for Regulations

By Paula Lucero | April 26, 2016

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Mitsubishi has admitted to rigging data for its vehicles' fuel economy tests. What does that mean for the future of vehicle regulation?

How Growing Consumer Demand is Reshaping Logistics

By Jenina Borromeo | April 25, 2016

As more people turn to the Internet to purchase products, industries are feeling the pressure to improve efficiency while ensuring customer satisfaction.

Live Updates: Japan Quakes Shake Foundations of Auto & Electronics Industries

By Elementum News Desk | April 15, 2016

Consumer electronics could be facing months of supply chain disruptions after the Kumamoto quakes rattled manufacturers in Southern Japan.

Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli on What your Supply Chain is Missing

By Elementum News Desk | April 5, 2016

We’re so excited to announce that professor, entrepreneur, advisor, and businessman Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli will be joining Elementum’s board of advisors this month.

Where does Manufacturing Fit into China's 5-Year Plan?

By Daves Zandueta | March 24, 2016

If recent findings are anything to go by, China is seeing a big shift: The country’s status as a manufacturing powerhouse is changing.

Brussels Attacks: What You Need to Know

By Joseph Tanador | March 22, 2016

Transportation and business operations grind to a halt in the wake of deadly terrorist attacks in Brussels. 

Viral Reaction: Zika and the Supply Chain

By Andrew Beso | March 18, 2016

As the Zika virus spreads, how will it affect the future of global trade? 

Amazon Takes On the Fashion Supply Chain

By Josephine Grace Aguilo | March 14, 2016

Almost anything is available on Amazon—now get ready to wear their clothes.

What’s Really at Stake in the Foxconn-Sharp Takeover Bid?

By Jenina Borromeo | February 29, 2016

On February 25, board members at Sharp voted and agreed to a buyout by Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group. How will the move affect manufacturing for Foxconn? 

The Quake That Almost Halted the iPhone 7

By Albert Chiang | February 23, 2016

The event that caused the scare? A 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck near the city of Tainan—a special municipality in Southern Taiwan—on February 6, 2016.