Oregon’s Bootleg fire now as big as New York City

The Supply Chain Journal

The Bootleg fire in southern Oregon has been burning since early July and now covers a little more than 300,000 acres — the size of New York City. This means they will produce lightning, which could spark new fires, but not much rain.

NYC legislation establishes minimum payment per trip for delivery drivers

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New York City is quickly becoming one of the front lines in the battle for gig worker protections. But New York City officials are trying to limit food delivery’s bite of the Big Apple by firing back yet again.

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New York City & State of Arizona

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FreightWaves Classics: Connecting Staten Island to the rest of New York

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Four of the five boroughs of New York City are islands or are connected to an island. The Bronx is the only borough that is connected to New York State’s mainland. Many of the city’s key bridges and tunnels broke or set records when they opened.

Food delivery companies in NYC face permanent commission cap

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The New York City Council approved a cap on the commissions they can take from partnering restaurants. A separate measure, which would require delivery providers to obtain a license from the city to do business, was also introduced.

Ida dumps deadly flooding rain on Northeast

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The governors of New York and New Jersey declared states of emergency late Wednesday as record-breaking rainfall from Ida’s remnants led to major flooding. The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a flash flood emergency in New York City. New York: 42,911.

Staten Island Ferry construction christens Florida’s newest shipyard

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Two new Ollis-class, New York City-bound ferries are nearing completion at Eastern Shipbuilding Group Inc.’s Joe for final outfitting and testing of commercial new construction vessels and topside repairs.

Amazon Selects New York City and Northern Virginia For Its New HQ2 Locations

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Amazon to invest $5 billion and create more than 50,000 jobs across the two new headquarters and announces Nashville as new Operations Center of Excellence with more than 5,000 jobs

Urb-E, Tortoise to partner with AxleHire on zero-emission delivery pilots

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Already proving the concept can work since its launch in New York City earlier this year, the company on Thursday announced a nationwide pilot with AxleHire. “We’ve The pilot with Tortoise will take place in Los Angeles and Urb-E will work with AxleHire in New York City.

Insights from New York City’s Procurement Transformation

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Food delivery companies sue NYC over commission caps

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DoorDash, Grubhub and Uber Eats provider Uber Technologies are suing New York City over its recent measure that capped the commission that the apps could charge restaurants at 15%, a figure that was previously as high as 30%. Cities across the U.S. The city disagrees.

Ida death toll rises in Northeast

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N Union Ave at Forest Ave in Cranford, New Jersey #njwx pic.twitter.com/rhGZoEupvm — Andy Mattison (@MattisonAve12) September 2, 2021. At least 23 people died in New Jersey, Gov. At least 13 people were killed in New York City, according to police reports.

FreightWaves Classics/Extra: 20 years after 9/11, recounting more stories of heroism

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The New York City Fire Department (FDNY) had retired the fireboat John J. She served the FDNY and the City of New York until her retirement in 1995. The 9/11 “boatlift” seen from the New York harbor.

15-minute grocery delivery firm Jokr launches in 3 more NYC boroughs

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Jokr, the 15-minute grocery delivery firm that launched in June in three New York City boroughs, is expanding to three additional locations. The firm is adding new hub locations in the added boroughs, expanding its total addressable market opportunity by 80% in the region.

Trip Report on NRF Big Show 2019 in New York City

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Most Interesting New Solutions from the National Retail Federation Annual Show and Conference

Hot Shots: Historic flooding, hefty haul and more

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At one point, more than a million customers in Louisiana had no electricity , including the entire city of New Orleans. New Brunswick got hit hard by Ida. Central Park in New York City had a record daily rainfall of 7.13

Trip Report on NRF Big Show 2018 in New York City

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The Top Trends and Most Interesting New Solutions from the National Retail Federation Annual Show and Conference

C3 blending ghost kitchens with in-person dining

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Citizens will first open in New York City and Atlanta in partnerships with Simon Property Group and Brookfield Properties , respectively. “We The first location will be in New York City. Bringg’s collaboration with Uber opens new doors for e-commerce.

WoodSpoon serving up home-cooked meals in NYC

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The 2015 culinary school graduate spent three years working in New York City-area restaurants before returning to school to obtain a master’s degree and turning to nonprofit work. It shut down New York City’s restaurant scene.

How rideshare drivers can hit financial home runs in a time of need

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Last week, residents of New York City were provided a new option for getting around with the launch of Drivers Cooperative, a driver-owned rideshare service. In 2019, another rideshare service, Juno, was operating in the city until it suddenly shut down.

15-minute grocery delivery is real – and in New York, it’s free

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Residents of select New York City neighborhoods may feel like they are dreaming, but 15-minute grocery delivery has arrived. and be operational in at least five additional cities before the end of 2021. and not just in the nation’s largest cities.

Daily Infographic: NYC legislation establishes minimum payment per trip for delivery drivers

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Diandra Hayban: Keeping New York City Prepared

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Profile of Diandra Hayban, Logistics Shelter Support Program Manager, NYC Emergency Management

NRF 2018 Day 2 Video Review and Comment

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SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore from the Exhibition Floor in New York City

Supply Chain News on NRF Big Show 2016 Day 2 Video Review and Comment

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SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore from the Exhibit Floor in New York City

Biden taps Joshi to lead FMCSA

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Joshi most recently served as general manager of the New York office of Sam Schwartz Transportation Consultants and visiting scholar at New York University’s Rudin Center for Transportation policy.

Supply Chain News on NRF 2015 Day 1 Video Review and Comment

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SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore from the Exhibit Floor in New York City

Supply Chain News on Brick and Mortars Last Stand. NRF 2016 Trip Report

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SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore Reviews the National Retial Federation Big Show in New York City

Supply Chain News onTrip Report from NRF 2017

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SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore on Two Days on the NRF Show Floor in New York City

Supply Chain News on NRF 2017 Day 1 Video Review and Comment

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SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore from the Exhibition Floor in New York City

Supply Chain News on What US Metro Regions are Driving the Most Job Growth from Manufacturing

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Rust Belt Cities Lead the Charge, while New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles Sees Manufacturing Job Losses

Supply Chain News on Best of NRF 2018 Day 1, Individual Clips

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SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore with Individual Reviews of Top New Solutions He Discovered on Day 1 in New York City

Supply Chain News on NRF Big Show 2015 Day 2 Video Review and Commen

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SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore from the Show Floor in New York City

Supply Chain News on NRF 2015 Day 1 Video Review and Comment

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SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore from the Exhibit Floor in New York City

International Women’s Day 2022

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It was in 1908 when more than 10,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter hours, better pay and voting rights. “Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive.