Journal of Commerce: CEO Says YRC on the Road to Profit

May 19, 2009: The top executive of troubled trucking giant YRC Worldwide challenged investment analysts and predicted his company would be profitable again by the end of third quarter.

YRC Chairman, President and CEO William D. Zollars said the freight carrier’s operating loss in April was half that reported by some analysts. “It was $60 million-ish,” Zollars said May 19 at the Wolfe Research Global Transportation Conference in New York.

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