The country’s infrastructure again received a near-failing grade from the American Society of Civil Engineers, highlighting a lack of improvement four years after the group’s last assessment . . .
Amazon, which prides itself on upending old ways of doing business, is now looking to transform the shipping industry as it has the retail industry . . .
U.S. factory activity accelerated to more than a two-year high in January amid sustained increases in new orders and raw material costs, pointing to a recovery in manufacturing as domestic demand strengthens and the drag from low oil prices ebbs . . .
A federal judge ruled against Swift Transportation Co. determining that five drivers classified as independent contractors should have been considered employees. The plaintiffs claimed in the case that due to the misclassification, Swift failed to pay them all the wages required by federal and state . . .
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