End of an Era for YRC Worldwide--Zollars Leaving as Chairman, CEO

October 4, 2010: Financially ailing trucking giant YRC Worldwide, which has lost more money than any trucking company in U.S. history, is getting a change at the top. Chairman and CEO William D. "Bill" Zollars says he is leaving the company after 13 tumultuous years at the helm. His contract was due to expire at the end of this year. The company says it would seek a successor from both internal and external candidates.

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