Rachel Premack

@businessinsider reporter covering logistics. let's talk about AMZN, FDX, UPS, et al. previously: @chicagobooth journalist-in-residence, correspondent in Seoul.

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The US government is cautioning Americans that if they visit Peru they could be at risk of violent crime and 'organized criminal groups'
July, 18 2019
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Tourists captured the moment a plane crash-landed onto the shore in a busy Maryland beach town
July, 17 2019
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FedEx is officially sounding the alarm bells on Amazon after years of laughing off the retail giant's rapidly building package-delivery empire
July, 17 2019
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At least 2,500 truck drivers have lost their jobs in 2019 as the transportation 'bloodbath' unfolds — here's the full list of bankrupt trucking companies
July, 15 2019
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An ex-Amazon manager reveals 7 signs your Prime Day purchase may be a fraud
July, 15 2019
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Free shipping is horrible for the environment — but one of fast fashion's rising stars is showing the industry that convenience doesn't have to destroy the
July, 13 2019
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Your 30-step plan for getting the promotion you want and deserve
July, 12 2019
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Oracle is joining Amazon and Uber in the race to digitize the 'antiquated' $800 billion trucking industry
July, 11 2019
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A 49-year old trucking company is suing Amazon in the latest spar between the logistics industry and the upstart giant
July, 11 2019
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Goldman Sachs says Amazon's logistics network is hardly a threat to FedEx or UPS. It needs years of new construction and a whopping $122 billion just to catch
July, 10 2019
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The pilots who fly your Amazon packages were getting paid way below industry standards. Then they started calling in sick with little notice.
July, 10 2019
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FedEx stopped flying your Amazon Prime packages in June because the partnership wasn't profitable enough — and UPS has the same problem
July, 10 2019
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A federal court just ordered the pilots who fly your Amazon Prime packages to stop excessively calling in sick and refusing to work overtime
July, 8 2019
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'I don't know how long I can stay in business': Truckers' fears have soared to recession-level highs
July, 7 2019
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Investors are hitting FedEx with a class-action suit accusing the package giant of intentionally misleading them
July, 5 2019
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Truck drivers wait an average of 2.5 hours at warehouses without getting paid — here are the 20 cities where truckers wait the longest
July, 4 2019
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Not even Walmart has enough cash available to compete with Amazon's e-commerce fulfillment empire, report says
July, 3 2019
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Amazon is moving away from the US Postal Service and UPS in favor of its in-house delivery network. But customer receipts suggest the 'sloppier' system is
July, 3 2019
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Who developed the Boeing 737 Max's flawed software? Low-paid temp workers and recent college grads, according to report
June, 30 2019
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'Painful to watch': The French government released a video of Ivanka Trump having an awkward chat with world leaders
June, 30 2019
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The cofounder of a Y Combinator-backed trucking startup says there's one thing about self-driving trucking that everyone gets wrong
June, 29 2019
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A $1 billion trucking startup founded by 2 Amazon veterans just introduced a tool that could solve one of truck drivers' biggest headaches
June, 27 2019
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A little-known trucking startup just beat Tesla and Waymo to run driverless semi-trucks on the open road
June, 26 2019
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Ford told employees at its sprawling plant in Dearborn, Michigan, that small amounts of deadly Legionella bacteria have been found in the water
June, 26 2019
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A key metric in FedEx's financial statements underscores why the shipping giant dropped Amazon as a customer
June, 26 2019
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China might blacklist FedEx for not delivering Huawei phones. To save as much as $1.3 billion in Chinese deals, the package giant is now suing the Trump
June, 25 2019
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Industry leaders are 'freaking out' about tariffs and clamoring for warehouses in this loophole-friendly Mexican border town
June, 24 2019
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Boeing is crowding its employee parking lot with undelivered 737 Max jets and the company says that's part of it's 'inventory management plan'
June, 24 2019
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Amazon Air is quietly expanding toward Asia's doorstep in its latest warning shot to FedEx and UPS
June, 24 2019
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Truckers say Amazon's new logistics empire is being underpinned by low, 'ridiculous' rates — and some are refusing to work with them
June, 22 2019
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A 19-year-old injured five TSA agents at a Phoenix airport in a 'brazen physical attack' — and one was sent to the hospital
June, 21 2019
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Airbus just scored another big order for its new transatlantic fleet, which is set to edge out Boeing
June, 20 2019
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American Airlines just ordered 50 new Airbus planes — and it's a huge blow to Boeing
June, 19 2019
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Truckers warn of a 'bloodbath' as trucking companies go bankrupt and slash profit expectations
June, 19 2019
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17 things you should never wear to a job interview
June, 19 2019
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44 books everyone should read in their lifetime
June, 18 2019
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Amazon is adding 15 Boeing 737s to its ever-expanding fleet of cargo airplanes
June, 18 2019
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A chilling report suggests the pilot on MH370 may have depressurized the cabin, 'gently' killing the more than 200 passengers on board before crashing
June, 17 2019
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An extensive new report suggests that the missing MH370's pilot was 'clinically depressed' and purposely killed all 239 on board
June, 17 2019
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FedEx no longer will fly your Amazon packages — and now pressure is mounting on the company as it gears up its in-house air-freight network
June, 11 2019
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Science says people decide these 12 things within seconds of meeting you
April, 24 2019
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UPS just beat out Amazon, FedEx, and Uber to make America's first revenue-generating drone delivery
March, 26 2019
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A group of 26,000 truckers wants to strike against the biggest issues plaguing America's trucking industry by shutting down the nation's highways — but not
March, 25 2019
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Pilots who fly for Amazon are underpaid and overworked, and it may doom the e-commerce behemoth's aspirations to edge out FedEx and UPS
March, 22 2019
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An Amazon Air plane crashed in February, killing all 3 people on board. Weeks earlier, several pilots said they thought an accident was inevitable.
March, 21 2019
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How to win the lottery, according to a Romanian-born mathematician who hacked the system, won 14 times, and retired on a remote tropical island
March, 21 2019
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The federal government just confirmed what America's 1.8 million truck drivers have been saying for years — the truck driver shortage doesn’t really exist
March, 19 2019
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Federal investigators reportedly suspect that pilot error played a role in the fatal Amazon Air cargo crash
March, 18 2019
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America's obsession with trucks and SUVs is helping push car loan payments to a 10-year high
March, 17 2019
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'Do not travel': The US government is warning Americans that if they Venezuela they could be at risk of homicide or arbitrary arrest
March, 15 2019
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Rachel Premack is a writer who has produced content for businessinsider.com, citylab.com, and washingtonpost.com
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