Management’s Green Footprint

One might describe corporate sustainability management as a combination of government environmental legislation and “corporate grass roots” movements. Individual corporations and entire industries have seized on efforts usually seen as individuals' choices and have adopted these choices to the corporate domain. With incentives from customers and from legislative programs, corporate sustainability management has expanded into…

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Corporate Taxes: No Safe Haven

The US has been trying to get multinationals based in the US to pay taxes on revenue generated outside of the country for years. Now Europe is going after multinationals, as well. The New York Times reports today that several European nations, particularly France and the UK, are pushing to collect taxes from US companies…

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2012 Semi Sales Headed for Decline

Employing the September actual global semi sales of $27.8 billion reported, the updated monthly forecast expectation for 2012 total global semi sales is expected to be $291.76 billion as calculated by the Cowan LRA forecasting model. This latest derived update to the 2012 sales forecast estimate corresponds to a year-over-year sales growth expectation of minus…

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Avnet Expert to Present at CSCO Summit

PHOENIX — No supply chain is invulnerable to disruption, but there are technologies and solutions available to help companies gain the visibility necessary to more proactively manage their supply chain risk and at the same time provide a superior customer service experience. Avnet Electronics Marketing’s Vice President, Global Supply Chain Operations Lalit Wadhwa will explain…

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