India's oil consumption is growing at a 10 percent rate, with gasoline consumption growing even faster. The country, however, imports 75 percent of its oil due to limited domestic supplies. It is working with governments and oil companies in a diverse set of countries, including Iran, Mozambique, Russia, and Afghanistan, to help make sure it has a secure supply of oil to fuel its growing economy.
An army cadet’s startup has been nurtured by the growing number of organizations that support college entrepreneurs.
The U.S. military has sourced $400 million worth of helicopters from an unlikely source: the same Russian military contractor that is arming the Syrian government.
The industry comes under pressure as Congress understandably focuses on reducing the national budget deficit. What can operations managers learn from this?
Due to the enormous cost of providing fuel to combat zones, DARPA has turned its attention to the development of low-cost alternative fuel sources. Success could have significant civilian applications.
Tech companies as diplomats? The State Department and tech companies both see new opportunities for social networking tools.