A roundup of major court rulings and new labor laws shows the many challenges facing the trucking industry on hot-button worker issues.
Truckers and carriers face the most sweeping tax law changes in decades this year, but our tax-prep checklist can help.
U.S. cargo thefts declined last year, but average dollars lost remained flat as criminals shifted to less risky methods, new report says.
Trucks in transit are targeted in 76% of cargo theft incidents worldwide, while food is the top commodity stolen, according to an industry report.
U.S. Postal Service says it will finish testing mail truck prototypes early this year then seek bids for estimated $6.3 billion manufacturing contract.
National labor union for letter carriers issues a new warning about the increasing threat of mail truck fires in aging fleet tagged for replacement by Postal Service.
California is among the states mandating workplace retirement savings plans. The effort to protect state coffers is forcing extra work at trucking companies with high driver turnover.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the 1925 Federal Arbitration Act exclusion for transportation workers applies to independent contractor truck drivers.
Navistar International Corp. posted higher fourth-quarter and full-year sales and profits and forecast strong growth in 2019, closing the door on past mistakes.
Changes to federal tax law add a deduction of up to 20 percent of business income for taxpayers other than corporations, but limits and exclusions apply.