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Trucking is powered by 1.8 million long-haul drivers, who move around 71% of America's freight. But striking isn't accessible to them.
One of the hottest trucking startups is trying to make America’s 1.8 million truck drivers’ lives a lot better with freight ‘persona...
Online marketplaces are pretty good at recommending the exact sort of products you want. But that hasn't shown up in trucking until recently.
One of America’s largest truck manufacturers is getting slammed by UAW strikes as more than 3,500 workers walk out
America's $800 billion trucking industry is finally getting hit by the United Automobile Workers strike.
America’s truck drivers have to ace this test before taking control of an 80,000-pound vehicle on the road — see if you can pass it
Can you pass the exam that America's truckers all take? You need an 80% before you can take the road.
‘This is just another piece of the puzzle’: Amazon is now rolling out branded tractors in its latest move to become a full-fledged truckin...
One expert told Business Insider that the branded trucks were a sign that Amazon would start directly hiring truck drivers.
Thousands of truck drivers have lost their jobs in 2019 as the transportation ‘bloodbath’ unfolds. Here’s the list of the biggest ba...
The trucking industry is struggling in 2019 — especially for truck drivers who own or work at small businesses.
The transportation sector was a breakout star in the latest jobs report thanks to historic shortages and the upcoming holiday season
Driver shortages paired with holiday shopping prep fueled a surprise September employment situation star.
Another 4,200 truck drivers lost their jobs in September as a recession slams America’s $800 billion trucking industry
Truck drivers' earnings sank in 2019, and hundreds of trucking companies have gone bankrupt. And in September, 4,200 driver lost their jobs.
A major trucking company just slashed 10% of its workforce — and it shows the trucking ‘bloodbath’ isn’t over
Massive trucker Roadrunner is eliminating 450 jobs, and it shows that the trucking 'bloodbath' hasn't slowed down.
Here are the 7 most treacherous places to drive in the US, according to truck drivers who work there for a living
Truck drivers have one of the country's most hazardous jobs.