Archive for October, 2019

HOS regulations lifted, clearing road for wildlife relief

Mother Nature is scaring up plenty of bad Halloween weather today across the U.S., from wildfires and high winds to snowstorms and thunderstorms. Whether hauling a full load or less than truckload, bobtailing or deadheading, drivers will need to be extra careful.

NY-NJ container gateway readying to keep ahead of long beach

For the first time this year, the Port of New York and New Jersey has became the second largest container gateway to the U.S. And the port is making investments to ensure it will retain a top spot in maritime freight in the years to come.

Facebook launches new tool to help you get health tests and screenings

Facebook has launched a new feature to help track what preventive health screenings might be recommended for you based on your age and sex. The tool, called Preventive Health, rolled out in the United States on Monday and focuses specifically on cardiovascular health, cancer screening and seasonal flu — making recommendations such as when to get […]

Manufacturing Is Now Smallest Share of U.S. Economy in 72 Years

Manufacturing made up 11% of gross domestic product in the second quarter, the smallest share in data going back to 1947 and down from 11.1% in the prior period, a Commerce Department report showed Tuesday. Figures before 2005 were for full years only.

The most popular Halloween candy in every state

A love of candy is something that unites Americans around this time of year. But a new map of America’s favorite candy by state, based on analysis by, shows that we are more divided than ever.

Goodwill debuts geofenced mobile ads to attract Gen Z

Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana is running a social media campaign aimed at Gen Z shoppers that shows affordable yet unique clothes to buy secondhand. The ad creative features oversized price tags attached to an eclectic mix of clothing and accessories that shoppers can combine to create a complete look, per an announcement shared […]