Saturday, July 22, 2017
The Nation
Schneider driver and Navy vet David Price takes new 'Ride of Pride' truck for a spin

Schneider driver and Navy vet David Price takes new 'Ride of Pride' truck for a spin

GREEN BAY, Wis. — Some feel that they can never escape their past, but for many drivers at Schneider, one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers employing thousands with military experience, their past is a blessing and a large part of what they now do for a living.

TCA names Schoonover VP of education, operations; promotes Hall to senior director position

TCA names Schoonover VP of education, operations; promotes Hall to senior director position

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Truckload Carriers Association has made two changes in its workforce — the hiring of James J. Schoonover as vice president of education and operations and the promotion of Marli Hall to senior director of outreach and engagement.

Cyberattack: Shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk's terminals slowly recovering

Cyberattack: Shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk's terminals slowly recovering

COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk, one of the global companies hardest hit by a malicious software that froze computers around the globe, said Thursday that most of its terminals are now operational, though some remain crippled.

Allstate names Kansas City, Kan., drivers as safest and urges caution on 4th of July

Allstate names Kansas City, Kan., drivers as safest and urges caution on 4th of July

NORTHBROOK, Ill. The 13th annual Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report released Wednesday names Kansas City, Kansas, as the city with America’s safest drivers.

Wisconsin road repair budget talks break down

Wisconsin road repair budget talks break down

MADISON, Wis. — Budget talks between Wisconsin Assembly and Senate Republicans broke down Tuesday, with leaders from both sides abruptly ending a closed-door meeting and calling each other's position on how to pay for road construction projects "laughable."

West Virginians to vote on bond issue for road, bridge work

West Virginians to vote on bond issue for road, bridge work

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginians will vote Oct. 7 on Gov. Jim Justice's plan to issue bonds to support about $3 billion in projects to repair and rebuild state highways and bridges.

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