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Eli Zabar is such a fan there is talk of trucking the yogurt cross-country.
Big Tech certainly was not subject to the rules that governed railroads, power companies, trucking industries, Wall Street, and television and radio.
The Interstate Commerce Commission, a powerful federal agency, closely regulated trucking in that era, requiring that rates be based on the cost of providing service.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the Carter and Reagan administrations opened the trucking industry to increase competition.
Amico is executive chairman at Jack Cooper Holdings Corp., a trucking and logistics firm run by her father, Michael Riggs.
The company, which is based in San Diego, was a pioneer in mobile communications, including satellite-tracking and messaging technology used by long-haul trucking companies.
At a time when a booming economy has led to record freight shipments, the trucking industry is struggling with a severe shortfall of drivers.
USA TODAY NETWORK’s ‘Rigged’, a year-long investigation looking at the port trucking industry and the mistreatment of truckers in California, has prompted federal lawmakers to propose significant reforms.
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