If COVID-19 continues to surge in India, businesses and economies globally could see ripple effects soon.

Nada Sanders discusses the unprecedented logistical challenges for businesses in the COVID-19 era and the profound ways the pandemic will change how goods and services get where they need to go.

The semiconductor chip shortage may be a big push toward reassessing global supply chains and innovating chip technology.

With the pause in Johnson & Johnson vaccine distribution, further inoculation relies on rolling out Pfizer and Moderna shots without a glitch.

Skilled at navigating uncertainty, Kristine Aleksandrovica, DMSB’22, works to find greener modes of product transportation at her L’Oréal supply chain co-op in Paris.

The Ever Given cargo ship may be free from the Suez Canal, but its dire effects on the maritime supply chain highlight a need for more resilient practices.

The U.S. must take a centralized approach to the COVID-19 vaccine supply chain says Professor Nada Sanders.

Businesses like Starbucks can apply their supply-chain expertise to rescue U.S. vaccination efforts, says Dunton Family Dean Raj Echambadi and Professor Nada Sanders.

Northeastern researchers, including Chris Riedl, present a new explanation for how spiteful behavior spreads in social circles and political movements.

Rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine efficiently will require a set of skills fostered by supply chain experts, says Dunton Family Dean Raj Echambadi and Professor Nada Sanders.