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China's disproportionately small sports industry and amateur community reflect decades of limited government support and insufficient disposable incomes. Alibaba's tiny sports arm is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to nurture China's interest in sports and related merchandise.
The latest chapter in Wal-Mart's history of badgering suppliers to improve efficiency and performance is the "On-Time, In-Full (OTIF)," program. Items that are late or missing during a one-month period, or delivered early (leading to overstocks), will incur a fine of 3 percent of their value.
Advances in big data at Zillow Group Inc. and elsewhere are helping automation creep into knowledge-based professions. Freddie Mac, a big force in the U.S. mortgage market, is allowing some loans to go through without an appraisal by a human being.
Common Courtesy helped design Uber Central and has inspired dozens of copycats. rRetired couple Anne and Bob Carr and like-minded small businesses have made Uber and Lyft more senior-friendly.
The Indian government invalidated some denominations of the rupee almost overnight, to curtail the shadow economy, giving a sharp boost to digital payments. However Indians have used cash for about 98 percent of consumer payments. There is a huge trust deficit toward mobile phone apps and cards for digital transactions.