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August 27, 2014Obama Pursuing Climate Accord without Need for Treaty
Pact would compel nations to cut their planet-warming fossil fuel emissions, but without ratification from Congres
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August 27, 2014Canadian Ports Win as Ships Avoid U.S. on Labor Concern
Traffic in Prince Rupert soared 49 percent in July from a year earlier
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August 27, 2014Trucking Industry Pushes to Hide CSA Data from Public
A coalition of industry groups is putting pressure on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to remove CSA safety scores from public view.
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August 25, 2014Progressive Announces Trucking Hero Contest
Progressive Insurance announced its third annual Real Life Trucking Hero Contest to recognize unsung heroes in the transportation industry.
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August 25, 2014Carriers, Brokers Warned About Identity Fraud Scam
TIA said it has received identity theft reports from freight broker and carrier companies whose logos, graphics, text and other intellectual property were stolen from their companies’ web sites
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August 25, 2014Nestle pledges to improve care of animals in its supply chain
Nestle said was making sweeping changes to improve the way animals in its supply chain are treated,
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August 25, 2014Manufacturing Beyond China
While manufacturing growth in China declined earlier this year, production within a group of 10 emerging Southeast Asian states continues to prosper
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August 21, 2014Manufacturing Slows From Europe to China on Trade Risks
Manufacturing activity slowed in the euro area and China as rising political tensions threaten to weaken trade and damp the outlook for the global economy
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August 21, 2014Cargo Rates Trigger Shipper Backlash as U.S. Rails Soar
Shippers want to be able to compel railroads to hand off cargo to a rival in mid-journey and make it easier to challenge higher rates with the U.S. Surface Transportation Board.
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August 21, 2014Shippers Air Concerns about Driver Coercion Proposal
The strongest comments come from shippers who believe the agency’s approach would make them responsible for drivers they do not control
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