LaborFeature

Interactive Infographic: Where Wages Have Risen, Are Rising or Could Soon Rise

Labor rates in key sourcing countries around the world are going up, either as workers battle for better pay or brands step up and offer it as they work toward paying a living wage.

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BusinessPerspectivesFeature

Sourcing Scoop: Spencer Fung on Why the Role of the Agent has Changed Beyond Recognition

Li & Fung's Spencer Fung describes how the role of agent is evolving, pricing is changing and new services are coming online to accommodate new customer demands.

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Sourcing Scoop: An Exclusive Look at How Li & Fung’s Spencer Fung Plans to Transform Fashion

Li & Fung will be the first to admit that the role of an agent isn’t what it used to be and neither is the apparel sector—but those two factors seem to have pushed the 111-year-old supply chain management company to innovate more than it ever has before.

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RetailFeature

Simon Property Group CEO: The Apocalypse Narrative is All Wrong

Doors may be closing across the country, but the nation's leading mall operator isn't worried. In fact, Simon Property Group is enjoying high occupancy rates and an influx of fresh blood.

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BusinessFeature

Made in America is Back and Finding a New Path

While U.S. apparel and textile manufacturing will never be what it was in the heyday of the 1950s and 1960s before the advent of the import era, many believe it’s back from the abyss and here to stay.

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