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Celadon Group Inc. has agreed to pay $42.2 million to settle a federal investigation into allegations that a prior management team and a subsidiary company filed false and misleading statements to investors regarding tractors and trailers leased to owner-operators.
Amazon.com will spend $800 million in the current quarter to increase delivery speed for Prime members to one day from two, the company announced April 25.
Marten Transport Ltd. reported its best first-quarter operating revenue in the company’s 73-year history, according to an April 16 news release.
Old Dominion Freight Line beat the Wall Street consensus estimate on its earnings per share when the Thomasville, N.C., less-than-truckload carrier reported first-quarter results April 25.
Another quarter, another record for TFI International when the Montreal-based conglomerate released its first-quarter financial report April 23.
LONG BEACH, Calif. — The beginning of the end is here for the internal-combustion truck engine, said Roger Nielsen, CEO of Daimler Trucks North America, the largest truck manufacturer on the continent.
Amazon.com reported quarterly profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates, demonstrating the company’s focus on cloud computing, advertising and other high-margin businesses continues to pay off.
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UPS Inc. said difficult weather including heavy snow, extremely cold temperatures and spring flooding impacted its first-quarter 2019 earnings when the company announced its financial results April 25.
An association of small to medium-sized motor carriers has asked the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reject a decision last month by a federal district judge in California to dismiss a challenge to the so-called “ABC test,” which is used to decide if a contractor should be classified as an employee in California.