Bill Zollars - The worst Ceo in the history of LTL transportation has departed

August 1, 2011: Bill Zollars, the worst CEO in the history of LTL transportation has finally left the building but what he has left behind still lingers as an ongoing concern. Despite the town-hall meeting celebration that took place on Friday, YRCW really has nothing to celebrate. They are not out of the woods yet. Someday they will have to show a profit. Rumours for the past month internally and externally was that YRCW made a profit, but they didn't. They lost 38.7 million dollars. Sure they lost less money than they did in the first quarter, but they still haven't posted a profit in four years. It's ridiculous that this company spins its ills as thrills of greatness.

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