The U.S. shipbuilding industry led the world – until 40 years ago. Read why it declined and why that is still important today.
U.S. retail spending fell by 8.7% last month; oil demand to fall by 29M barrels a day in April; companies look to diversify procurement geography.
Bob Costello expects many trucking companies to go out of business before the economy recovers from the recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Freight rail trade and labor groups applaud the U.S. federal government for passing the $2 trillion stimulus package aimed at stabilizing the American economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Darren Prokop writes about the key role that transportation in the war against COVID-19 – particularly trucks.
For nearly a year now in the U.S. — and for the first time since the Department of Labor began tracking job turnover — the number of open jobs each month has been higher than the number of people looking for work. At the beginning of 2019, the U.S. economy had 7.6 million unfilled jobs, […]