EMarketer Inc., among the most widely cited sources for estimates of U.S. online retail sales, now says it expects Amazon to account for 37.7% of online commerce this year, down from a prior estimate of 47%.
Ray Martinez, the country’s top trucking regulator, is scheduled to appear before the Senate Commerce Committee on June 19.
Suspected attacks on two commercial vessels near the Strait of Hormuz fueled expectations for higher shipping rates, driving up shares of companies that operate tankers.
Filings for U.S. unemployment benefits unexpectedly increased, rising to a five-week high and adding to signs of potential cooling in the labor market.
The North American Council for Freight Efficiency announced 10 fleets will participate in this fall’s Run on Less Regional, a freight-efficiency roadshow highlighting trucks that operate in a variety of regional-haul applications.
The Canadian federal government has unveiled its long-awaited electronic logging device mandate, which will take effect in two years.
This year’s West Virginia Truck Driving Championships featured the second consecutive win by Jeremy Thomas.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is taking steps to modify certain elements of the Renewable Fuel Standard compliance system to create more transparency and prevent manipulation of the Renewable Identification Number market.
FedEx Freight driver Heladio “Lalo” Fernandez has a national title to his name — 2010 3-Axle champion — and four Oregon state titles but had never been named the state’s Grand Champion. That changed June 8.
A pair of leading developers of autonomous truck technologies, TuSimple and Starsky Robotics, are looking for human drivers to help advance their businesses.