COVID, storms and a shortage of key materials have disrupted global supply chains.
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The expensive supermarket will get more expensive.
The deal will allow the executive to return to China, The New York Times reports.
E-commerce is essential for brands that make their products in the US. It's also a double-edged sword.
In today's top stories, there could be a unified charging port standard for portable devices if the European Commission gets its way. In ironic news, a leaked email by Tim Cook says that Apple does not tolerate leaks.
The tech giant is fighting regulation in South Korea, a courtroom case in California and employee revolts -- and it's all tied to social media, Slack and the App Store.
The social media company is rolling out its tipping feature globally today.
The agency says a global phasedown of HFCs could help avoid global warming of up to 0.5-degree Celsius by 2100.
The new features, called Camera Switches and Project Activate, let users navigate their devices without their hands or voice.
The unified push will reportedly be discussed at an upcoming US-EU Trade & Technology Council meeting.
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