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A group that manages the services of an estimated 12,000 drivers for major motion picture studios and independent and commercial production houses has been granted a five-year exemption from conducting full pre-employment queries of the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse for its drivers, FMCSA announced.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will attempt to expedite approval of changes to the popular Paycheck Protection Program aimed at giving small businesses more flexibility in using the money from the fund, according to Senate aides.
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OPEC+ and its allies will decide as soon as this week whether to extend their historic output curbs, yet how long and to what extent global production curtailments remain in place will be crucial to sustaining crude’s rally after a record rebound last month.
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The often discussed driver shortage is over — at least for the time being — as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the deepening U.S. recession and a falloff in the amount of freight being hauled by many sectors of trucking, industry experts said.
Just how deep and swift the U.S. economy’s plunge into a recession has been since the coronavirus pandemic hit the nation was evidenced by a number of reports, including that millions continued to apply for unemployment benefits.