Press & News
Ben Gordon has dedicated his career to building successful and thriving supply chain companies. He has been featured by major media including Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. Below are recent press highlights.
CNBC: “Transportation: A Window Into the Economy”
Ben Gordon, on CNBC’s Power Lunch, discusses why he is watching cycling, consolidation and innovation next year.
Benjamin Gordon on GlobalTranz Acquisition of Cerasis
Logistics Management Interviews Benjamin Gordon on XPO
Will XPO sell or spin off its contract logistics, truck brokerage, and other non-LTL divisions? Logistics Management interviews Ben Gordon, Cambridge Capital CEO.
IdeaMensch Interview with Benjamin Gordon
IdeaMensch interviewed Benjamin Gordon. Topics include:
- Where did the idea of BG Strategic Advisors begin?
- How do you bring ideas to life?
- Why are you excited about transportation technology?
- What is your contrarian idea about autonomous vehicles?
- How have you overcome failures?
- What can we learn about leadership from Hillel?
Delivery and Logistics Poised to Take Center Stage in Next Decade
FreightWaves interviews Ben Gordon, Cambridge Capital CEO, on Amazon, Jeff Bezos, and the outlook for the logistics and technology sector in the 2020s. If the 2010s were about venture capital-funded investment in innovation, the 2020s will be about private equity-fueled financing of scale.
Amazon And 4 Other Reasons To Avoid FedEx Stock
Benjamin Gordon, Cambridge Capital Managing Partner, talks to Forbes about why FedEx dropped 10% today. Key issues include Amazon, micro warehouses, the move to 7-day shipping, and more.
Forbes: With Shares Up 93%, Target’s Turnaround Suggests Powerful Investment Strategy
Ben Gordon, Cambridge Capital CEO, interviewed in Forbes on how Target is beating Amazon
Data Driven Investor: What do Investors Look For? Advice for Founders
When founders seek to raise money from investors, what are the conversations that happen behind the closed doors of venture capital and private equity?
Supply Chain Brain: Future Jobs are in Logistics, not Red Tape and Brown Steel
Will government bureaucracy stifle innovation in supply chain, or will free-market logistics entrepreneurs win out?
Medium: Why Do We Throw Out So Many Donated Kidneys?
Data Driven Investor: The 21st Century Jobs are in Logistics, not Steel
Authority Magazine: 5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became the CEO of Cambridge Capital
Data Driven Investor: Your Company Will Probably Get Hacked
Forbes: What Amazon’s One-Day Delivery Means for UPS, FedEx, Walmart and Target
Medium: How to Survive a Heart Attack
Supply Chain Brain: The Future of Logistics Tech: A Chinese Century?
Medium: The Evolution of E-Commerce Fulfillment
Modern Distribution Management: Foodservice Distribution: A Consolidating Market
Medium: No Weak Links
Ben Gordon biography
Freightwaves: Carriers that take control of their data have the most to gain in today’s market
Supply Chain Brain: BGSA Supply Chain Conference Takeaways
Wall Street Journal: DSV’s Big Takeover Bid May Revive Logistics Consolidation
C-Suite TV: M&A Executives, Serial Entrepreneurs, and CEOs Take The Stage
Contract Packaging Association: Executive Perspectives Live – Mergers and Acquisitions Panel Discussion
DeliveryCircle to Expand Nationally
University of Florida, Warrington College of Business: Ben Gordon Joins SCMC Advisory Board
Modern Distribution Management: PE Impact on Foodservice Distribution
DC Velocity: TPG acquisition may take Transplace beyond North America
Wall Street Journal: Transplace to Be Acquired By TPG Capital
New Deals in Logistics
Logistics: The View from Palm Beach
Cambridge Capital Portfolio Company, Bringg, Successfully Closes Additional Round of Fundraising
Fortune: Here’s How Corporate Giants Are Holding Off Disrupters
Cambridge Capital’s Benjamin Gordon published a feature in Fortune. The article outlines how large corporations like Ford and UPS are using private equity and venture capital to invest in disruptive new companies. This trend is particularly important in transportation and logistics.