Supply Chain Shortages for Semiconductors to Last to 2024, Says Intel CEO

By Logan Wamsley

If there was any hope that the electronic component and semiconductor markets are on the upswing, many of those hopes were squashed in a recent CNBC interview with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger. According to Gelsinger, he expects the semiconductor industry to face supply chain shortages until at least 2024. Gelsinger’s comments come following the release…

How Automotive Manufacturers Are Responding to U.S. Sanctions on Russia

By Logan Wamsley

Although many of the sanctions the U.S. placed on Russia following the invasion of Ukraine are designed to minimize the negative effects felt by U.S. consumers, manufacturers are still experiencing strain as a result of them. Nowhere is this truer than in the automotive industry, where many manufacturers have taken measures to align with the…