Three years after the start of the pandemic, inventories are down and supply chains are less volatile.
Lumber prices have stabilized after unprecedented volatility.
As the global supply chain smooths out its kinks, warehouse costs are top of mind for the Legacy Companies.
How a department store more than a century old has survived two pandemics, the Great Depression, and multiple recessions.
In January, business inventories expanded. That's a positive sign about the economy's health.
Executive Director Gene Seroka says traffic has slowed in part because of labor talks between dockworkers and their employers.
The owners of a record and comic book shop, a toy store, and a greeting card and outdoor gear business share their experiences.
Suppliers are prioritizing core products, says the owner of Ryan Amato Painting, but deep colors and clear coats can be hard to get.
Supply chain problems remain an obstacle as demand picks up.
What happens when supply chains collapse and it's up to district governments, neighbors and friends to fill the gap?