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Fort Smith-based Arkansas Best Corp. (Nasdaq: ABFS) may not learn if it was successful in its appeal in a case against the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Arkansas Best — the parent company of less-than-truckload carrier ABF Freight System — filed suit in federal court last year against the Teamsters. Arkansas Best alleged the Teamsters worked out concessions with a competitor, YRC Worldwide (Nasdaq: YRCW), that put ABF at an unfair disadvantage in the market. Arkansas Best has asked for damages of $700 million. Drivers for both ABF and YRC are members …
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Fort Smith-based Arkansas Best Corp (NasdaqGS:ABFS) appealed the dismissal of its lawsuit against the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and had its day in court this morning.
The company is still waiting on a ruling, said spokesman David Humphrey, adding ABF officials aren’t sure when the panel of judges who heard the appeal will come to a decision on the case.
Arkansas Best is the parent company of ABF Freight System, a less-than-truckload carrier employing about 7,000 union drivers. The company filed suit against the Teamsters because of some concessions the union allowed …
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It’s old news by now — Fort Smith-based Arkansas Best Corp. (NasdaqGS: ABFS) filed suit against the Teamsters union in November.
What might surprise some is that Arkansas Best still regards its relationship with the Teamsters are largely beneficial. Arkansas Best is the parent company of ABF Freight System, a less-than-truckload carrier employing about 7,000 union drivers.
ABF took issue with certain concessions given by the Teamsters to YRC Worldwide, an Overland Park, Kan.-based less-than-truckload carrier employing about 25,000 union drivers. ABF filed its lawsuit asking for $750 million in damages that …