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Female Drivers Revolutionizing the Trucking Industry

The next time a semi tractor-trailer truck picks up or drops off a load at your dock, you may well encounter a woman behind the wheel. Once almost exclusively the bastion of men, the trucking industry is now welcoming more and more women. The profession has seen a 68 percent increase in the number of…

Are Slow-Payers Putting the Brakes on Accounts Receivable? Factoring Companies Can Rev Up Your Cash Flow

Trucking is a race against the clock. No matter the cargo, the trucker faces constant pressure to navigate traffic snarls, avoid highway closures, overcome mechanical problems, and stay awake and alert to deliver their load at the contracted time. But as all truckers know, that’s only part of the story. There’s a lot more to…

Court allows bankrupt Philly refiner to award secret bonuses [The Philadelphia Inquirer]

Oct. 17—U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Kevin Gross will allow Philadelphia Energy Solutions to award secret bonuses to unnamed managers. The judge, sitting in Wilmington, on Wednesday approved a request by the refiner, Philadelphia Energy Solutions, to award an undisclosed number of bonuses to executives. The bonus awards will be kept under seal, and a small…

Lordstown workers push for contract rejection if factory is to remain closed [Detroit Free Press :: BC-UAW-STRIKE-LORDSTOWN:DE]

DETROIT _ The future of the Lordstown Assembly Plant in Ohio has been a friction point between General Motors and the UAW even before negotiations began this summer for a new contract and could have bearing on whether GM autoworkers are willing to ratify the proposed deal. About 40 to 50 UAW members gathered outside…