Nikola Corp. posted a widening second-quarter financial loss as the electric vehicle startup said it is moving forward despite financial setbacks and the federal indictment of its former leader.
WASHINGTON — At least $274 billion of the bipartisan Senate infrastructure bill’s $550 billion in new spending would go toward transportation — and it also would give Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg the final say over about $105 billion of that…
Cummins Inc. reported second-quarter net income and revenue soared, powered by North American engine sales. At the same time, the company announced it was exploring what it called “strategic alternatives” for its filtration business unit,
Daseke Inc. saw earnings and revenue increase during the second quarter, the company reported Aug. 3.
A federal jury has convicted the former chief financial officer of Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc. on four counts of violating federal securities laws for his role in a complex securities and accounting fraud.
Isaac Instruments announced July 26 that Mike Stapleton has been appointed to serve as vice president of industry relations.
A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, the world’s largest container line, raised its guidance for profit this year after freight rates soared as lockdowns led to a surge in spending on shipped goods.
Stellantis NV raised its full-year profitability outlook substantially as strong demand and pricing carried the carmaker to much better-than-expected results for the first half.
The race toward zero-emission logistics chains is expanding from the road to the skies.
A federal official has recommended overturning the results of a union election at an Amazon.com Inc. warehouse in Alabama, giving the retail union an opportunity to reverse its defeat, according to people familiar with the matter.