Today’s Logistics Report: Freight’s Lower Gear; Warehousing’s Big Buy; Farming Under Water

U.S. freight demand appears to be downshifting just as carriers are gearing up for the summer shipping season. Comments from trucking companies and a growing…

View More Today’s Logistics Report: Freight’s Lower Gear; Warehousing’s Big Buy; Farming Under Water

For Some Coders, Reskilling Involves a Mic and a Stage

Don Schuerman, chief technology officer of Pegasystems Inc., has held several roles at the software company, ranging from senior systems engineer to director of solutions…

View More For Some Coders, Reskilling Involves a Mic and a Stage

Facial Recognition, Robotic Process Automation Companies Among Most-Funded AI Startups

Artificial-intelligence startups, especially facial recognition and robotic process automation companies, are attracting major investments, with one AI developer receiving total funding of $1.63 billion, according…

View More Facial Recognition, Robotic Process Automation Companies Among Most-Funded AI Startups

Vodafone Enters Cloud Agreement With IBM, Keeping 5G in Mind

Vodafone Group PLC’s business services division will offer clients access to more cloud services this year, through a deal with International Business Machines Corp. The…

View More Vodafone Enters Cloud Agreement With IBM, Keeping 5G in Mind

Robots Head for the Fields

Americans like their berries. They consume more than 8 pounds of fresh strawberries a year per person, almost twice as much as 15 years ago,…

View More Robots Head for the Fields

Can Deere Be the Netflix of Farming? Industrial Firms Eye Subscriptions

The market loves recurring revenues. Barron’s pointed that out in last week’s cover story, which highlighted the example of Adobe (ADBE). The software maker jumped…

View More Can Deere Be the Netflix of Farming? Industrial Firms Eye Subscriptions