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Union Pacific Subsidiary PS Technology Acquires Yard Control Systems Division ...
OMAHA, Neb., June 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- PS Technology (PST), a wholly owned subsidiary of Union Pacific Corporation, today announced it has acquired the Yard Control Systems division of Ansaldo STS USA.
Falling Oil Prices Will Help Union Pacific's Fuel Costs But May Hurt Its Volumes
Fuel cost is a significant expense for any transportation company and it's no different for Union Pacific (NYSE:UNP).
Union Pacific Railroad invests $25 million in Illinois
The 34-mile project from Fults, in Monroe County, to Chester, in Randolph County, includes replacing most of the rail in both the main lines, as well as renewing the surfaces at 73 road crossings.
Criminal Inquiry Focuses on EPA Email
After Asarco settled in 2009 with the EPA, agency emails surfaced in a separate litigation between the EPA and Union Pacific Corp., indicating lead paint might have played a larger role in the contamination than the agency previously acknowledged.
Nebraska Book emerges from Chapter 11, still planning growth
Nebraska Book Co. President Steve Clemente (left) meets with Randy Stejskal, vice president of store design, to discuss design plans for a new store at the company headquarters on Friday, June 29, 2012, in Lincoln. (KRISTIN STREFF/ Lincoln Journal Star).
Pressure for Action at Brussels Meeting
FRANKFURT - If the past is any guide, European Union leaders will leave their summit meeting this week waving promises to weave the euro zone more tightly together.
Moody's downgrades Spanish banks  Moodys.com (press release) (registration)
Moody's Downgrades 28 Spanish Banks on Sovereign Risk  Bloomberg
Lockheed Is Replacing Strikers at Fighter Plane Plant
Union officials said the company's actions would not weaken their resolve. Hiring the temporary workers “is a waste of taxpayer money,” said Bob Wood, a spokesman for District Lodge 776 of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace ...
Chesapeake Agrees to Revamp Its Board
That could jeopardize the two directors who are up for election this year, V. Burns Hargis, president of Oklahoma State University, and Richard K. Davidson, former chief executive of the Union Pacific Corporation. The two are expected to face an uphill ...
Chesapeake shakes up board under pressure  Reuters
Marion O. Sandler, 81, Banker and Philanthropist, Dies
By the time of the Golden West sale in 2006, the Sandlers had already established themselves as philanthropists, giving to Human Rights Watch, the American Civil Liberties Union and other nonprofit organizations. They helped found the Center for ...
American and Pilots Near Accord on Contract
American Airlines and the union representing its pilots are close to reaching a deal on a new contract, a significant milestone in the ailing carrier's seven-month-old bankruptcy, although one that still leaves the door open for a possible merger with ...