US 'annual shopping orgy' sees record sales as retailers heavily discount
Once again, US consumers have shrugged off fatigue and kept the retail sector humming, with ...
Everything isn’t awesome at Lego. Years of overhauling its supply chain has failed to ensure that it has sufficient numbers of bricks this Christmas in Europe. It makes 72 million every day in Denmark alone, but last month it warned of a shortfall, despite heavy investments. Although this story has been around for a couple of weeks, here, WSJ does a more thorough analysis of the Danish company’s supply chain – and its weaknesses. (If you can’t read the WSJ, try here instead.)
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