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Worked ‘like a rented mule’: A truck driver claims an Amazon contractor forced him to drive for up to 30 hours straight in a new lawsuit
This Amazon challenge is the latest in a slew of trucking lawsuits in recent years demanding that companies pay drivers for their breaks.
Bankrupt trucker Celadon told laid-off employees that they’ve lost health insurance and won’t receive unused-vacation-time pay — rea...
Celadon employees learned on Monday that their trucking employer "will be separating you from the role you currently serve."
Roadside inspectors will not make exceptions for truckers who do not have an electronic logging device in their vehicles
A Bezos-backed trucking startup now valued at $2.75 billion just raised $400 million from Al Gore’s fund to dominate the digital-freight market
Convoy raised $400 million for its freight brokerage and software solution. The Seattle-based trucking tech unicorn is now valued at $2.75 billion.
Trucking is powered by 1.8 million long-haul drivers, who move around 71% of America's freight. But striking isn't accessible to them.
‘This is just another piece of the puzzle’: Amazon is now rolling out branded tractors in its latest move to become a full-fledged truckin...
One expert told Business Insider that the branded trucks were a sign that Amazon would start directly hiring truck drivers.
Here are the 7 most treacherous places to drive in the US, according to truck drivers who work there for a living
Truck drivers have one of the country's most hazardous jobs.
Truck drivers' earnings have sunk in 2019. Now the federal government has said 4,500 truck drivers lost their jobs in August alone.
Uber Freight has altered the fine print in how truckers are paid for detention, and drivers are frustrated with the change
"They will pay you only if you jump through enough hoops for them," one truck driver told Business Insider about the Uber Freight pay changes.
America has 1.8 million long-haul truck drivers, and they move around 71% of the nation's goods. Their jobs aren't as easy as you might think.