YRC Worldwide considers looming financial hurdles

May 4, 2010: While YRC Worldwide Inc. CEO Bill Zollars said the company is making headway in its comeback bid, he acknowledged that pension expenses loom as a hazard.

“That’s the biggest single cost that would return to us in 2011,” Chairman and CEO Bill Zollars said during a Tuesday conference call to discuss YRC's first-quarter earnings.

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