Greg Stohr

Government, Business, Technology, Fuel

Volkswagen Appeals Rejected as High Court Allows Emissions Scandal Suits

Volkswagen Appeals Rejected as High Court Allows Emissions Scandal Suits A worker secures a battery pack to the undercarriage of a VW electric automobile at the factory in Dresden, Germany. (Liesa Johannssen-Koppitz/Bloomberg)

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected two appeals from Volkswagen AG, leaving intact rulings that let state and local governments sue over a diesel-emissions cheating scandal that already has cost the German automaker more than $23 billion.

Greg Stohr | Bloomberg News
November 15, 2021
Government, Business, Logistics

Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Trump’s 25% Steel Tariffs

Steel coils sit in a storage area at the Salzgitter AG steel plant in Germany. Steel coils sit in a storage area at the Salzgitter AG steel plant in Germany. (Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg News)

The U.S. Supreme Court left intact President Donald Trump’s 25% tariffs on imported steel products, rejecting an industry trade group challenge that sought to strip the president of a powerful legal tool for imposing duties.

Greg Stohr | Bloomberg News
June 22, 2020
Government, Business, Equipment

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Challenge to Trump’s Steel Tariffs

Steel Tariffs Workers prepare to lift bundles of steel pipe with a crane at a stockyard on the outskirts of Shanghai. (Qilai Shen/Bloomberg News)

The U.S. Supreme Court refused to question President Donald Trump’s imposition of more than $4 billion in steel tariffs, turning away an appeal that challenged his use of national security as the legal justification for his trade agenda.

Greg Stohr | Bloomberg News
June 24, 2019
Government, Business, Logistics

Supreme Court Rejects UPS Appeal That Postal Service Should Raise Delivery Rates

UPS Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg News

The U.S. Supreme Court turned away a UPS Inc. appeal that aimed to force the U.S. Postal Service to raise its prices for delivering packages.

Greg Stohr | Bloomberg News
May 20, 2019
Business

Pregnant-Worker Rights Backed by Supreme Court in UPS Case

Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

The U.S. Supreme Court backed the rights of pregnant workers, reviving a lawsuit by a former UPS Inc. driver who had to leave her job after her doctor recommended she not lift heavy items.

Greg Stohr | Bloomberg News
March 25, 2015
Business, Logistics

Supreme Court Reverses Railroads' Appeals Court Win

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The U.S. Supreme Court reversed a ruling that offered railroads the prospect of a multimillion-dollar victory in a dispute over the different fuel taxes the states impose on trains, trucks and cargo ships.

Greg Stohr | Bloomberg News
March 4, 2015