Diane Mollenkopf

Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing and Logistics, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing and Logistics at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Diane Mollenkopf on KCRW

Just the way bad weather backs up the airlines, a decline in consumer spending leaves inventories in place and backs up supply lines.

Inventory Glut on Store Shelves and at Frozen Ports

Just the way bad weather backs up the airlines, a decline in consumer spending leaves inventories in place and backs up supply lines.

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