Beneficial Ownership: New Developments in Latin America and International Practices November 23, 2021 | Zoom Webinar

We would like to invite you to join our upcoming international seminar “Beneficial Ownership: New Developments in Latin America and International Practices.” Beneficial Ownership Transparency (BOT) is critically needed. Knowing the real people, or “beneficial owners” behind a company, legal structure or asset can help fight corruption, money laundering, tax evasion, terrorism financing, and a … More Beneficial Ownership: New Developments in Latin America and International Practices November 23, 2021 | Zoom Webinar

AATCC Announces Future Leaders Award Recipients

The AATCC Future Leaders Award recognizes promising young professionals in the fields of textiles, apparel, and related material sciences, provides acknowledgement and recognition to enhance their careers, engages these young professionals in the work of the Association, and brings their insights and needs to the forefront. These young professionals are the future of our industry … More AATCC Announces Future Leaders Award Recipients

Trilobites: I Scream. You Scream. Bees Scream, Too

  Related Video   By guest author Sabrina Imbler from the New York Times. She is a reporter covering science and the environment. Bees do not scream with their mouths, but with their bodies. When giant hornets draw near and threaten their colony, Asian honeybees cock their abdomens into the air and run while vibrating … More Trilobites: I Scream. You Scream. Bees Scream, Too

Japan’s Economy Shrinks, but Outlook is Brighter as Virus Ebbs

The coronavirus and supply chain issues stymied growth in the third quarter, but high vaccination rates and low numbers of virus cases point to a recovery. By guest authors Ben Dooley and Hisako Ueno from the New York Times. Ben Dooley reports on Japan’s business and economy, with a special interest in social issues and … More Japan’s Economy Shrinks, but Outlook is Brighter as Virus Ebbs

Getting to grips with supply chain emissions

By guest author Maria Highland The largest proportion of the average company’s carbon footprint is imposed by its suppliers. How should firms go about cutting CO2 emissions that are beyond their direct control? Until recently, businesses have focused on their own operations in the effort to cut their greenhouse gas emissions, yet it’s becoming abundantly … More Getting to grips with supply chain emissions