Yellow Corp. filed suit June 27 against the Teamsters union and certain affiliates alleging breach of contract and accusing the union of causing more than $137 million in damages.
Transportation leaders from government and industry are closely watching labor negotiations, including pending contracts with workers from both UPS Inc. and Yellow Corp.May 18, 2023
Yellow Corp. increased revenue but earnings declined during the third quarter, the company reported Nov. 2.
Leaders with less-than-truckload carrier Yellow Corp. are touting the company’s fifth successive quarter of financial improvement and strong second-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street expectations.August 4, 2022
CARLISLE, Pa. — Executives from Yellow Corp. were joined by Labor Secretary Marty Walsh and Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf at a March 29 ribbon-cutting for the motor carrier’s 17th driving academy, a date that also marked the end of the Biden administration’s 90-day challenge to trucking companies to ramp up training and apprenticeship programs to bring drivers to the industry.March 30, 2022
Yellow Corp. has reached a settlement with the Department of Justice over allegations dating back to 2005 that the company overcharged the federal government while shipping items for the Department of Defense.March 10, 2022
Yellow Corp. CEO Darren Hawkins told Transport Topics that the less-than-truckload carrier’s recent financial performance demonstrates its moves to rebuild its fleet, secure new business while maintaining existing customers and implement new technologies are setting the stage for long-term growth.February 10, 2022