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Summer 2021 Newsletter

Click here to view the Summer 2021 newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/04917ac192ef/april-newsletter-1224424

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USC Marshall School of Business receives $20 million gift for a new Global Supply Chain Institute

https://news.usc.edu/188328/usc-marshall-gift-randall-kendrick-global-supply-chain-institute/

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Watch: The Future of Supply Chain Education

https://youtu.be/zAYX1beEqm4 Nick Vyas, academic director of the Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management program at the USC Marshall School...

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Strengthening Global Supply Chains in the Wake of COVID-19

https://riponsociety.org/article/strengthening-global-supply-chains-in-the-wake-of-covid-19/

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The Rebound: The State of Global Supply Chains

On this episode of The Rebound, Nick Vyas, executive director of USC’s Center for Global Supply Chain Management, Joins Abe...

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Why Is CA’s Vaccine And EDD Rollout Such A Mess?

More than five weeks into its vaccination program, California doesn’t have nearly the supply to meet demand and there’s growing...

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Vaccinating America is easier said than done: 5 things to know about Biden’s plan

It remains unclear whether Biden can boost the supply of doses as promised. By Anne Flaherty and Cheyenne Haslett President Joe Biden is...

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Now That The COVID-19 Vaccine Is In Calif., Who Foots The Bill To Store And Distribute It?

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — With the COVID-19 vaccine now in California, it begs the question, “Who is footing the bill to...

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On this episode of The Rebound, Nick Vyas, executive director of USC’s Center for Global Supply Chain Management, Joins Abe Eshkenazi and Bob Trebilcock for a discussion on the state of global supply chain management, the administration’s supply chain executive order and why trade and infrastructure are keys to where we go next.  We are...
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By Katie Rogers and Brad Plumer, The New York Times June 8, 2021
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More than five weeks into its vaccination program, California doesn’t have nearly the supply to meet demand and there’s growing angst among residents over the difficulty to even get in line for a shot. Social media is awash with people seeking or giving tips on how to maneuver the system. State officials are frustrated the...
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The U.S. Bank Tower in downtown Los Angeles is set to be sold for 34% less than the $650-million valuation it had in 2019. (Richard Vogel / Associated Press) California office spaces are expected to keep getting emptier and their rent prices will likely keep declining for years as the fallout of the pandemic persists,...
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Four months into the coronavirus pandemic, and the race to find disinfectant wipes continues. “I figured the rush would be over and people would relax a little bit, but I think they’re still hoarding,” Sean Sphisak, a shopper, said. “There’s none,” Angel Gonzalez, another shopper, said. “I’ve gone to all these grocery stores....
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We human beings are a peculiar species. Through words, sounds, and images, we can transcend many lifetimes to transpose our emotions onto the consciousness of others who come after us. On November 13, 2015, as I stood before the Door of No Return, a historic site on Gorée Island, situated about two miles off the coast of...
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One California city is grappling with COVID-19 outbreaks at nine of its industrial facilities, including one food processing plant that reported having at least 153 positive cases, according to health officials. “We have seen disruption across the entire food supply chain, and of course, the meat supply chain is a subset of that,” said Nick Vyas, the executive director...
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On this episode of The Rebound, Nick Vyas, executive director of USC’s Center for Global Supply Chain Management, Joins Abe Eshkenazi and Bob Trebilcock for a discussion on the state of global supply chain management, the administration’s supply chain executive order and why trade and infrastructure are keys to where we go next.  We are...
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More than five weeks into its vaccination program, California doesn’t have nearly the supply to meet demand and there’s growing angst among residents over the difficulty to even get in line for a shot. Social media is awash with people seeking or giving tips on how to maneuver the system. State officials are frustrated the...
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The U.S. Bank Tower in downtown Los Angeles is set to be sold for 34% less than the $650-million valuation it had in 2019. (Richard Vogel / Associated Press) California office spaces are expected to keep getting emptier and their rent prices will likely keep declining for years as the fallout of the pandemic persists,...
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Four months into the coronavirus pandemic, and the race to find disinfectant wipes continues. “I figured the rush would be over and people would relax a little bit, but I think they’re still hoarding,” Sean Sphisak, a shopper, said. “There’s none,” Angel Gonzalez, another shopper, said. “I’ve gone to all these grocery stores....
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We human beings are a peculiar species. Through words, sounds, and images, we can transcend many lifetimes to transpose our emotions onto the consciousness of others who come after us. On November 13, 2015, as I stood before the Door of No Return, a historic site on Gorée Island, situated about two miles off the coast of...
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One California city is grappling with COVID-19 outbreaks at nine of its industrial facilities, including one food processing plant that reported having at least 153 positive cases, according to health officials. “We have seen disruption across the entire food supply chain, and of course, the meat supply chain is a subset of that,” said Nick Vyas, the executive director...
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The world will never be the same again. Black swan events such as the Covid-19 crisis leave the world scathed and wrung inside out, compelling people to identify and fix the frailties of social, political, and economic systems. The fixing can be either benign or drastic, depending on the shared values of a society. The...
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