One kink in the supply chain: not enough parking
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Also: Why capital goods spending is up; St. Paul residents will vote on strict rent control; and a trip to a 25-acre shipping-container storage lot.
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Sales of things like drill presses, electrical equipment and metalworking tools were up for the seventh-straight month in September.
Does Coke even need to advertise? Turns out there are good reasons to do it, like keeping "top of mind" with customers.
Some containers have been sitting in storage for years. Experts say the problem has more to do with moving them to the right places than increasing the number in circulation.
Parking and pay are among the biggest frustrations of truck drivers.
If enacted, the proposal would be one of the most aggressive rent control policies in the country, applying to new construction.
Uber and Lyft jolted the taxi business. A credit union that loaned money to drivers lost its case against the city's transit agency.