Tag: Finn Murphy
Regulated rates, wildcatting, deregulation: A brief history of U.S. trucking
A special tour through the rise of the owner-operator in exempt agricultural markets from the 1930s, to wildcatting later, deregulation later still -- and this cabover monument to one owner's heritage.
January 22, 2021
‘Over the Road’ episode 3: A brief history of trucking in America
This episode of 'Over the Road' gives voice to the ways trucking's regulatory history helped shape today’s highway business culture. Listen here on Overdrive.
March 19, 2020
Faces of the Road: HHG hauler/American author Finn Murphy
Long Haul Paul Marhoefer’s detailing of how young Murphy “acquired a love for ‘low company and hard work’ while working at Dan’s Service Station in Cos Cob, Connecticut,” and more in a life and business hauling HHG, part of it chronicled in his “The Long Haul” book.
July 16, 2018
‘The Drive’ owner-operator-focused three-day conference; NPR radio and truckers
“The Drive” conference, the brainchild of Patriot Star small fleet owners and Trucking With Authority podcast hosts Kenny and Elizabeth Long, happens October 17-19 in North Kansas City.
August 22, 2017
Thursday round-up: HHG hauler Finn Murphy’s excellent memoir, ‘Bear in the air’ makes radio primetime
Hear Truckers News editor David Hollis’ podcast talk with household goods hauling owner-operator Finn Murphy about his new memoir, and: Mercy sakes alive, looks like we got ourselves a radio spot!
June 8, 2017
Page 1 of 1