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  • The threat of imminent labor unrest at four U.S. Pacific Northwest ports was averted on Wednesday as the dockworkers union said its members would stay on the job despite "substandard" contract terms being imposed unilaterally by grain shippers.

  • US Union Accuses Maersk of Spying on It Thursday, 6 Dec 2012 | 5:13 AM ET
    A worker drives a Kalmar reachstacker truck loaded with an AP Moeller-Maersk A/S shipping container.

    A U.S. port workers union has accused APM Terminals, a port operator of A.P. Moller-Maersk, of spying on union representatives in Los Angeles by tapping their phones.

  • Under Chinese, a Greek Port Thrives Wednesday, 10 Oct 2012 | 10:34 PM ET
    The Vemaoil XXIII cargo ship, center, sits moored beyond containers at the commercial terminal of Piraeus Port, operated by Piraeus Port Authority SA, in Athens, Greece, on Tuesday, June 12, 2012.

    As the Greek government contemplates shedding state-owned assets to help pay down staggering debts, it could consider leasing or even selling the rest of the port to China, the New York Times reports.

  • Business in the Port of Miami     Tuesday, 27 Mar 2012 | 7:53 AM ET

    Insight on Port of Miami preparing for shipments via the Panama Canal in 2014, with Bill Johnson, Port of Miami, who shares the port's plans to generate 30,000 new permanent jobs; with Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL).

  • Building the Seaport Infrastructure     Friday, 28 Oct 2011 | 7:00 PM ET

    Kurt Nagle, president & CEO, American Association of Port Authorities, discusses the need for Federal investment in ports as well as the ways in which a lack of investment damages American competitiveness.

  • Mississippi River Latest     Monday, 16 May 2011 | 8:50 AM ET

    Key Spillway opened to channel water away from Mississippi River, with CNBC's Brian Sullivan.

  • 5 Questions With NOL CEO Wednesday, 13 Apr 2011 | 11:46 PM ET

    The outlook of the container shipping industry remains uncertain, according to NOL’s Chief, as the industry grapples with concerns over rising fuel costs, overcapacity and ripple effects from the Japan disaster. Shipping veteran Ron Widdows, who helms the Singapore-based company, the world’s sixth-largest container shipping company, talks to CNBC’s Christine Tan.

  • Marine Ports and Services Partner Story Sunday, 1 Dec 2002 | 12:00 AM ET