Nathan Bomey

Business, Fuel, TCA

Colonial Pipeline Resumes Operations After Shutdown for Ida

A Colonial Pipeline station in Smyrna, Ga. A Colonial Pipeline station is seen in Smyrna, Ga. (Mike Stewart/Associated Press)

Colonial Pipeline Co., a vital fuel transporter in the Southeast U.S., has restored operations following a temporary shutdown during Hurricane Ida, likely alleviating concerns about a new round of gas shortages in the region.

Nathan Bomey | USA Today
August 31, 2021
Business, Technology, Autonomous, TCA

Daimler, Bosch to Offer Self-Driving Car Pilot

Daimler building and Western Star truck DTNA

Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler and auto supplier Bosch plan to launch a self-driving car pilot for the public in San Jose, Calif., in the second half of 2019.

Nathan Bomey | USA Today
November 8, 2018
Government, Business, Technology, Autonomous, TCA

Daimler, Bosch to Launch Self-Driving Car Service in Silicon Valley

Bosch A Robert Bosch GmbH parking sensor column stands on display during an Automated Valet Parking demonstration at the Mercedes-Benz TecDay event in Stuttgart, Germany. (Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg News)

As self-driving vehicle experiments are launched in a few cities around the United States, Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler AG and a prominent auto supplier are launching a new one in the place that would seem most receptive: Silicon Valley.

Nathan Bomey | USA Today
July 11, 2018
Business, Technology, Equipment, Safety, Autonomous, TCA

Why Self-Driving Cars Will Likely Be Light-Colored

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The issue involving something as simple as choice of paint color underscores the sweeping effects of self-driving cars for automotive engineering, said Samit Ghosh, CEO of automotive consulting and engineering firm P3 North America.

Nathan Bomey | USA Today
January 29, 2018
Business, Logistics, TCA

CVS to Offer Nationwide Next-Day Delivery in Preemptive Shot at Amazon

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CVS Health plans to begin offering next-day delivery of prescriptions and retail merchandise from its nationwide network of more than 9,700 stores, marking a potentially preemptive strike at Amazon as the online giant weighs entry into the pharmacy business.

Nathan Bomey | USA Today
November 6, 2017