With sustainability initiatives and clean-air regulations increasingly grabbing news headlines around the world, it should come as no surprise that today’s companies are seeking out alternative fuels that are more environmentally friendly. Renewable diesel is one such alternative fuel, and is often referred to as “green diesel”. The “green” refers…
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Analysts Predict a Bumpy Ride for Lumber and Used Car Prices Along with the economy reopening, and accompanying financial and monetary stimulus, comes a pent-up demand for goods and services. Of course, that doesn’t necessarily align with the readiness of the supply chain to meet that demand in a timely…
It was no surprise that hotels were among the “social distance losers” during the pandemic. When lockdowns went into effect, reservations were canceled, properties shuttered, and staff sent home. With uncertainty hanging in the air, hotel profitability took a massive hit, falling 34.3% in 2020 – the worst of any…