That’s my “before the game” Opening Day photo from yesterday. You don’t want to see my “after the game” photo, which is not pretty after the Red Sox gave up six runs in the bottom of the 8th inning to lose the game.
It isn’t easy being a Red Sox fan, especially when many of your cousins and sister are rabid Yankees fans, and although there’s still 161 games to go in the season, my bottle of Tums is already have empty.
In light of the holiday, here’s this week’s supply chain and logistics news without commentary.
- Ryder Enters the Sharing Economy with COOP by Ryder™, the First-Ever Peer-to-Peer Digital Platform for Commercial Vehicle Sharing
- FedEx Expanding E-Commerce Capabilities with Acquisition of P2P
- Amazon Patents A Delivery Drone That Understands Voice And Gestures (CB Insights)
- Waymo and Jaguar will build up to 20,000 self-driving electric SUVs (The Verge)
- Truck Driver Salaries Rising on Surging Freight Demand (WSJ – sub. req’d)
- Lawmakers Introduce the DRIVE-Safe Act
- Trump escalates attack on Amazon, focusing on tax, shipping (Reuters)
- Inside UPS’s Electric Vehicle Strategy (HBR)
Have a happy weekend!
Song of the Week: “Eardrum Buzz” by Wire