YRC to Sell Roadway HQ, Cut 100 Jobs

January 6, 2012: Trucking company YRC Worldwide Inc. said Thursday it is selling the former Roadway headquarters in Akron to the developer of the new Goodyear headquarters and expects up to 100 people will lose their jobs in upcoming months.

About 100 other YRC Worldwide employees will transfer to office space at company truck terminals in nearby Copley and Richfield, with another 50 getting offers to relocate to jobs in Kansas, South Dakota and Iowa.

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