In the Numbers pt. 2 | NOVEMBER

In the Numbers pt. 2 | NOVEMBER

Six big numbers of 2021… – Robinhood Snacks A few interesting trends from the boys at Market Snacks to wrap up some of the highest impact data sets from 2021. The big list of six looks at billionaires in space, CEO vernacular, rising NFT prices (and also, what...
In the Numbers | November

In the Numbers | November

One chart shows the dramatic drop-off in ship tracking data from China. This could be a sign of a worsening global supply chain crisis – BUSINESS INSIDER Ships in Chinese waters have vanished from tracking systems the maritime industry uses, a development that...
In the Numbers | October

In the Numbers | October

This tweet from @eComm Guy went a little bit viral in the niche social media ecosystem frequented by supply chain and logistics professionals. Certainly, we were hoping for a nice, easy-to-read data set to adequately demonstrate the wild ride of eCommerce over the...
In the Numbers | July

In the Numbers | July

The World’s Tech Giants, Compared to the Size of Economies – Visual Capitalist Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Google have market caps well above $1.5 trillion. If Apple’s market cap was equal to a country’s annual GDP, it might just be in the...
In the Numbers | April

In the Numbers | April

Trucking companies are reluctant to add capacity despite a boom in demand. The industry has bounced back faster than anticipated, but it’s not all good news. The problem is this: manufacturing, construction, wholesale trade, and last-mile retail are all trucking...