TONTITOWN, Ark. _ P.A.M. Transportation Services Inc. on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter net income of $3.2 million. The Tontitown, Arkansas- based company said it had profit of 45 cents per share. For the year, the company reported profit of $21.4 million, or $2.93 per share.» Read More
Drivers in a labor dispute with three trucking companies at the ports of LA and Long Beach began an indefinite strike Monday.
A slow-motion pile-up is coming into view this summer as federal funding for road construction runs out.
Donald Broughton, Avondale Partners analyst, explains how severe winter weather is impacting the transports. There may be an opportunity to buy some of these stocks at a discount, says Broughton.
Are regulations slowing down transports? Donald Broughton, Avondale Partners, shares his thoughts on what's driving transportation stocks lower and provides an outlook on the sector.
Mark Reuss, GM North America president, talks about his company's new pick-up trucks, including a limited "sneek peak" of the 2014 Silverado. (5:25)
Every day, about 10 Kansas City Southern trains hauling everything from cars to chemicals crisscross the border between Mexico and the United States at Laredo, Texas, up from about six three years ago.
These 10 jobs have the highest fatal work injury rates in the U.S.
Navistar International has faced heavy downward pressure, but now some traders apparently think that it's ready to shine.
A worsening shortage of truckers is pushing up freight rates and delaying some deliveries, defying the weak economy, high unemployment and falling gasoline prices, USA Today reports.
Here are six stocks that should benefit from the trucking industry’s shift from diesel fuel to natural-gas in the coming years.
Down 16 percent over the past month, Navistar shares offered opportunity, trader Mike Murphy said.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn added to his position in truck maker Navistar International. Here's what moves the "Fast" traders are making.
To find out, Cramer goes “Off the Charts.”
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says despite the insanity of this market investors need to look at what individual companies have to say, and when it comes to the truck business, don't take your cues from a loser like Navistar, especially when Cummins offers a best of breed.
The “Mad Money” host breaks down why stocks were able to end higher Tuesday.
Only he explains it's not so much what, as it is who.
Ryder System CEO Gregory Swienton said his company's seeing more business signed, which he thinks is a positive reflection on the overall economy.
Cramer's happy the President is finally talking about natural gas, but isn't sure it's going to make a dent. What's really needed are subsidies to convert tractor-trailer trucks to natural gas.
Cramer thinks so, but let’s see what the CEO has to say.
Cramer talks to the CEO about what’s in store for this truck maker.