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Mobile Payment Company Square Refining Mobile Services

After Square Wallet struggled, the company is making another try at the increasingly competitive mobile payment market. Square Order has rolled out only in San Francisco and New York so far.


World Cup to be a Live Stadium Global Social Media Event

Sony hopes to link the millions of World Cup soccer fans worldwide into online conversations from Twitter, Google+ and Facebook through a single interface. One Stadium Live will let people connect and communicate in real time.


Supply Chain Risks

Supply Chain Risks Create Growing Problems for Companies

Firms with global supply chains face threats from nature to quality control. They also need to plan for possible disruptions from terrorists or criminals, a government report said.


Doritos' Super Bowl Ad Finalists Hoping to Crunch the Competition

Doritos and other major brands increasingly are going online for their Big Game ad blitzes.


Internet Domain Names Set for Major Expansion

Internet domain names set for major expansion as ICANN received 1930 applications for generic top level domains. 


Report: Cyber Attacks Threaten Supply Chain

Cyber attacks threaten supply chains worldwide and are on the rise. Cyber risks are the leading cause of supply chain stoppages.


Business Logistics Costs Up Slightly for U.S. Firms

Business logistics costs are up slightly for U.S. firms with $1.33 trillion spent on logistics in 2012 according to the Council of Supply Chain Management professionals.


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Walmart Reports on Global Responsibility Efforts

Walmart Corporate Social Responsibility is impressively reported in their 2013 Global Responsibility Report. Read Walmart's CSR highlights here.


Amazon Expanding its Online Grocery Business

Amazon online had expanded into the grocery delivery business with their Amazon Fresh service. More than 1/2 million items are  available for 1 day doorstop delivery.