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February Class 8 truck sales continue positive trend

February Class 8 truck sales continue positive trend

Heavy-duty truck sales in February ticked upward from January, and showed a robust improvement from the year before.

Wisconsin high court sides with dealer in Volvo dispute

Wisconsin high court sides with dealer in Volvo dispute

MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Supreme Court has sided with a truck dealership in a dispute with a major manufacturer of highway tractors.

Wholesale inventories fall while sales increase

Wholesale inventories fall while sales increase

WASHINGTON — Businesses trimmed inventories at the wholesale level again in January even though sales rose for a 10th consecutive month. The dip in inventories underscored that businesses remain cautious about restocking their depleted shelves.

Daimler trucks sees market turnaround in 2010

Daimler trucks sees market turnaround in 2010

FRANKFURT, Germany — German car and truckmaker Daimler AG says it expects a turnaround in the global truck market and an improvement in the truck division's 2010 earnings before interest and taxes.

YRC: not many economic recovery signs

YRC: not many economic recovery signs

NEW YORK — The CEO of YRC Worldwide Inc. said Tuesday he has not seen consistent signs of an economic recovery, although the trucker’s business is improving.

Despite loss, Navistar manages $17 million 1Q income

Despite loss, Navistar manages $17 million 1Q income

Navistar International Corp. lost income for the first quarter of 2010 compared with the same period last year but still managed net income of $17 million, down $31 million from $48 million for first-quarter 2009.

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