OKLAHOMA CITY — T. Boone Pickens, a brash and quotable oil tycoon who grew even wealthier through corporate takeover attempts, died Sept. 11. He was 91.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded an Ohio-based team of industry, academic and community partners a $7.5 million grant to develop self-driving vehicles.
Uber Technologies Inc. has generated billions of dollars from the labor of its drivers without the expense of treating them as employees. California is poised to disrupt that business model, and the ride-hailing behemoth is gearing up for a legal fight.
Increasingly, fleet managers must choose between investing in more technician tools and training or outsourcing the most time-consuming maintenance tasks that involve complex parts.
With the market shifting into a lower gear, Mack Trucks is planning to adjust production at its Lower Macungie Township, Pa., assembly plant by scheduling two down weeks during the fourth quarter.
Trump administration officials are set to consult with oil refiners and renewable fuel producers at the White House on Sept. 11, as they struggle to develop a final plan for bolstering corn-based ethanol and soy-based biodiesel.
TravelCenters of America Inc. plans to add a location in Salina, Utah, through a franchise agreement.
Schneider has leveraged artificial intelligence to develop a proprietary tracking application programming interface, called ETAi, intended to provide more accurate arrival times to freight customers compared with tracking aggregators.
The oil services sector will contract in 2020 as producers cut spending in response to lower crude prices, ending three years of growth, according to Rystad Energy.
Phillips Connect Technologies has unveiled two tracking devices intended for a trailer or chassis.