This Supply Chain Matters blog commentary focuses on Amazon’s recently announced Q4-2021 and full year financial performance, and how fortuitous timing and perception can attract Wall Street and investor interest.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights Amazon’s significant resources expected to be deployed to maintain online sales growth in the upcoming holiday fulfillment surge period
With the Labor Day holiday being observed in the United States, the Supply Chain Matters blog highlights new recruiting programs being initiated by two significant retailers and how recruiting and retaining employees has become more important.
The Supply Chain Matters blog comments on Amazon’s recent announcement to hire an additional 75,000 warehouse and customer fulfillment workers including a sign-on bonus. Further announced is that Dr. Robin Gaster, author of the book, Behemoth: Amazon Rising, will be our conversational guest in the upcoming Supply Chain Matters podcast.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights revelations of Amazon’s acquisition of start-up online services provider Selz which caters to small and growing online sellers.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights an announcement that online retail platform and logistics services provider Amazon is acquiring an additional 11 used wide body aircraft for use in the Amazon Air fleet.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a weekly capsule of news reports that have implications for various industry supply chains. With COVID-19 coronavirus news once again on the rise, we provide this feature to assist our readers in their efforts to keep updated on noteworthy developments.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides commentary and perspective to the announcement by Amazon that the global online buying retailer will acquire autonomous driving technology provider Zoox for an estimated price of $1.2 billion.
The Supply Chain Matters blog speculates as to the motivations of Amazon.com related to the online retailer’s announced intent to purchase upwards of 100,000 electric powered delivered vans from a little known start-up.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights and insights from Amazon’s recent financial performance as well as aggressive efforts for investing in expanded last-mile parcel delivery capabilities.
Online retailer Amazon make a rather significant announcement this week, one related to changing workforce skills. In this commentary, Supply Chain Matters reflects on the potential implications of the Amazon announcement, and what it may imply to multi-industry supply chain management teams.
A Bloomberg report indicates that Amazon has suddenly stopped buying from many of its manufacturers and wholesalers in order to boost profits. Supply Chain Matters provides its perspectives to this move.