How to Reduce Defects in the Automotive Supply Chain

The automotive industry and its robust and complicated supply chain is constantly striving to reduce defective parts per million (DPPM). With autonomous vehicles entering mainstream markets over the next decade, the quality requirements for many automotive electronic systems are increasing rapidly, and suppliers have been required to shift from DPPM to DPPB (defective parts per…

General Cable Fined $82.3M for Supply Chain Accounting Errors, Bribery Acts

General Cable Corp. has agreed to pay more than $80 million in penalties to the U.S. government in settlement of charges related to inventory and accounting misstatements in Brazil and allegations it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act over a period of 12 years when it made “improper payments” to government officials in several African…

Politics Aside, in 2017 the Business of Electronics Goes on

Politics will not determine your company’s success or failure in 2017, notwithstanding all the extraordinary events of the last year. As important as the ballot box is, it has significant limitations in the business world. Information about your company, its industry segment, the competitive landscape, market opportunities and challenges and how you harness these will…