YRC has pension fund deal, new credit amendment

June 18, 2009: CEO Zollars said of the U.S. economy that "it looks like things have stabilized," but added that a return to growth was not likely this year.

"We don't expect any meaningful recovery in 2009," he said. "We think things are going to stay flat for quite a while."

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