The week's highlights in potential economic indicators all show positive growth for both the trucking economy and the U.S. economy as a whole.
While industry analysts say rising owner-operator compensation for both leased drivers and independents is on a slow rise, anecdotal reports and some polls suggest otherwise.
Cummins says it's responding to a weak global economy by cutting costs while maintaining investments in growth programs with planned work week reductions, shutdowns at some manufacturing facilities and some targeted work force reductions.
Sixty-six percent of Overdrive readers participating in our 2012 presidential election poll favored Mitt Romney as their candidate of choice.
Economic activity in the manufacturing sector contracted in July for the second time since July 2009.
Speaking to attendees of the inaugural Great West Fleet Executive Conference in Vegas on Wednesday, noted economist Dr. Barry Asmus gave an enthusiastic endorsement of American exceptionalism and the importance of maintaining freedom and limited ...
Looking at the overall need for owner-operators, their health tracks freight demand.
The nation's largest owner-operator fleet, Landstar, reports that it had its best first quarter ever.
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