Nikola CEO Mark Russell talks about the company going public in a reverse merger, signing a big hydrogen deal and raising $700 million.
General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co. waste a lot of time producing models that don’t make any money according to the analysts at Morgan Stanley Research.
Consumer Reports examined the reliability of 3-year-old large SUVs, finding that General Motors’ Chevrolet, GMC and Buick brands ranked among the highest.
Tesla would need to spend up to $180 billion to reach Chief Executive Elon Musk’s goal of producing 10 million electric vehicles annually.
The U.S. Postal Service pushed back a plan to award an expected $6 billion in contracts for the next-generation mail truck later this year.
Navistar and XPO Logistics are both tapping the private debt market to raise working capital as a strategy for navigating the coronavirus recession.
Truckers need to prepare their routes and vehicles carefully as they haul goods roads during the coronavirus pandemic.
Transportation analytics firm INRIX found that the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on freight movement is less than other forms of ground transportation.
One way trucking can deal with topsy-turvy supply chains created by the coronavirus pandemic is to rely more on digital tools such as Uber Freight and Omnitracs.
While parts of the trucking and e-commerce industries experienced a surge in business as the coronavirus pandemic reached the U.S., the economic malaise is setting in.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas explains 10 ways the coronavirus pandemic is changing the transportation industry and truck and car sales.