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Capitol Agenda Eugene Mulero

Capitol Agenda: The Biden administration is pursuing equity strategies as part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act’s labyrinthine implementation.

With gasoline prices dropping, a new study suggests gas-powered vehicles may be more economical to fuel up versus an equivalent electric vehicle.

Orders placed with factories for business equipment barely rose in January after falling the prior month, suggesting firms are restraining their investment amid an uncertain outlook.

OMAHA, Neb. — Norfolk Southern wants its shareholders to back its current management team and strategy and reject a bid from a group of investors seeking to take control of the railroad.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Matthew Duncan of Covenant Logistics was named the 2023 Transport Topics Recruiting Professional of the Year at Conversion Interactive Agency's annual event.

Chris DeMillo was promoted to vice president of information technology in September after holding several IT positions since joining the company in 2005.

Trucking businesses need to take a close look at the state of their cybersecur­ity in 2024 now that tough, new disclosure rules from the Securities and Exchange Commission have gone live.

The anticipated benefits of autonomous trucking have ­attracted an influx of entrepreneurs determined to bring highly automated driving technology to the commercial vehicle market. 

Fuel pumps at a Shell station in Skokie, Ill.

The national average for a gallon of diesel fell by 5.1 cents the week ending Feb. 26, the largest drop this year, according to data released by the Energy Information Administration.

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FTC Sues to Block Kroger’s $24.6 Billion Albertsons Deal

The Federal Trade Commission, eight states and Washington, D.C., sued to block Kroger Co.’s $24.6 billion acquisition of Albertsons Cos. on Feb. 26.

Robert Braswell

TMC Has Full Agenda Planned for Annual Meeting

TMC Executive Director Robert Braswell said challenging technical issues and industry innovation will be in the spotlight March 4-7 in New Orleans.

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The crowded field of developers in the autonomous truck space has winnowed during the past year. Those that remain continue to lay the foundation for large-scale industry adoption. 

Alaska driver competes in a skills test

More than 40 states have scheduled their 2024 truck driving championships, with Louisiana set to kick things off again March 1-2.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Most companies attending the Recruitment & Retention Conference say they have held on to their human resource professionals as trucking endures the freight recession.

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The Port of Baltimore hit records for handling cargo last year, state officials said, showing a rebound from global supply chain difficulties and disruptions during the pandemic.

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Ford Motor Co. has paused shipments of the 2024 F-150 Lightning pickup truck as part of a longer-than-expected quality check process.