Connect The Dots

By Industry Intelligence

This is the Information Age. News, data and commentaries fly through the airwaves 24/7, all potentially valuable to business decision makers if the dots are properly connected. Industry Intelligence explains current marketplace events by piecing together disjointed information from a variety of sources and viewpoints.

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    Connect The Dots: Using Natural Fibers to Make Recycling Unnecessary (7:07)
    7:06
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    Connect The Dots: Regenerative Agriculture: The Next Evolution In Sustainable Farming (4:06)
    4:06
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    Connect The Dots: US Restaurant Industry Facing Severe Labor Shortage (5:26)
    5:26
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    Connect The Dots: Drink it up! Scientists remove microplastics and pollutants, make dirt water drinkable (6:45)
    6:44
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    Connect The Dots: US Online Shopping: The Next Trillion-Dollar Industry? (4:28)
    4:28
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    Connect The Dots: Eat me? Scientists serving ‘plastics’ made from edible ingredients (7:23)
    7:22
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    Connect The Dots: Paper Straws...Meet Paper Bottles (4:00)
    4:00
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    Connect The Dots: Dead trees have living potential; innovative uses for wood and wood-derived materials (07:44)
    7:52
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    Connect The Dots: Major fast-food chains battling to be the king of chicken as the cheaper commodity coupled with consumer demand means higher profits (4:22)
    4:22
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    Connect The Dots: From trash to treasure; scientists upcycle dirty diapers, food waste and plastic bottles into green fuel (06:58)
    6:57
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    Connect The Dots: This is no ordinary biology lesson; playing role of designers, biologists set to shape future of sustainable living (07:31)
    7:31
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    Connect The Dots: US restaurants launching smaller concept stores amid rise in popularity of such services as delivery and digital ordering, as well as continued concerns over coronavirus pandemic (4:20)
    4:19
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    Connect The Dots: Food and beverage companies cutting down on their portfolios to focus on higher-performing brands to help ride out continuing coronavirus pandemic (4:38)
    4:37
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    Connect The Dots: Amid retail growth, remodeling boom and improving employment, uncertainties start showing for the middle class (07:49)
    7:45
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    Connect The Dots: Contactless technology and services are increasing in popularity across various industries amid the coronavirus pandemic (3:56)
    3:56
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    Connect The Dots: Up to 85% of independent restaurants in the US face closure by the end of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, and major chains are looking to snatch up the real estate left behind to add their own locations (4:25)
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    Connect The Dots: As home sales climb and bidding wars heat up, housing industry executives and analysts discuss regional differences in pandemic impacts, risk factors and millennials’ behavior indicating market transformation (10:55)
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    Connect The Dots: More parents focusing their back-to-school shopping on technology such as laptops, tablets and smartphones—and less on traditional supplies—as remote learning becomes increasingly likely reality during the coronavirus pandemic (5:16)
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    Connect The Dots: Fast-food companies report large declines in net profit in Q2 amid the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, but takeaway, drive-thru, other services give the industry reason to be optimistic about its long-term prospects (4:51)
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