Afternoon Coffee: Cargill Considers Selling Energy Business, FERC Asks NERC for New Supply Chain Risk Management Standard

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Cargill Inc. is considering selling its metals and energy business to focus more on food and agricultural activities. The company’s metals and energy business includes power and gas, oil and oil products and steel and iron ore activities. And, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission directed the North American Electric Reliability Corporation to create a new supply chain risk management standard to improve the cybersecurity of the bulk electric system. Afternoon Coffee brings you the latest in procurement and supply chain news.

Online Talent Trends from Fortune 500 Companies: Webinar Wednesday!

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The fact is that online talent use is a growing trend and isn't going anywhere. The time is now to jump on the bandwagon as other enterprises are sourcing qualified talent with specialized skills and reaping the benefits! register for How Enterprises are Using Online Talent: Case Studies and Trends on Wednesday, July 27 at 11 a.m. CDT.

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