November 30, 2020
The Race to Make Vials for Coronavirus Vaccines (NewYorker)

September 29, 2020
Japan Is Paying Firms to Make Things at Home. But China’s Pull Is Still Strong. (NYT)

September 1, 2020
Why Are There Still Not Enough Paper Towels? (WSJ)

July 31, 2020
A Comprehensive COVID-19 Vaccine Plan: Efficient Manufacturing, Financing, and Distribution

July 22, 2020
The Pandemic Isn’t Bringing Back Factory Jobs, at Least Not Yet (NYT)

April 22, 2020
Private companies address shortages for medical supplies, masks and sanitizer

April 21, 2020
New York Needed Ventilators. So They Developed One in a Month (NYT)

April 20, 2020
What Everyone’s Getting Wrong About the Toilet Paper Shortage (Medium)

April 20, 2020
Shoes to Masks: Corporate Innovation Flourishes in Coronavirus Fight (WSJ)

November 4, 2019
Companies Go to New Depths for Ocean Plastic in Recycling Push (WSJ)

January 9, 2019
Prioritization and precision: How AI and design thinking will transform technology production

December 5, 2018
The Annals of Flannel (NYT)

September 4, 2018
Inside the Factory of China’s Future (WSJ)

July 2, 2018
Inside Tesla’s Audacious Push to Reinvent the Way Cars Are Made (NYT)

March 1, 2018
Levi’s Wants Lasers, Not People, to Rip Your Jeans (WSJ)

February 6, 2018
Companies Everywhere Copied Japanese Manufacturing. Now the Model Is Cracking (WSJ)

January 23, 2018
Tim Cook Stumbles at His Specialty, Shipping Apple Products on Time (WSJ)

November 7, 2017
Nike’s plan to shave a month off its shoe delivery times

July 12, 2017
This Economic Model Organized Asia for Decades. Now It’s Broken (Bloomberg)

May 30, 2017
BMW Slows Some Production Due to Parts Shortage From Supplier Bosch