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By Tony Kruglinski, Financial Editor If you are like this writer, during the past weeks and months you have been pummeled by kith and kin concerning Warren Buffett’s BNSF strategy…
By Lawrence H Kaufman, Contributing EditorThe Surface Transportation Board announced Oct. 21 that it will hold a public hearing Dec. 9 to consider whether continued exemption from rate regulation for…
By Tony Kruglinski, Financial EditorIn this industry you become famous—or infamous—as a result of the way you conduct yourself in business. Railroaders have long memories for those who have helped…
By Tony Krugliski, Financial Editor The other day, I asked a friend if he had seen a decline in home values in his town and if so, how much the…
By Tony Kruglinski I don’t think it will be much of a stretch to tell you that nearly all of the questions I have been fielding lately have to do…
By Keith T. Borman Legislative “cures” to improve railroad safety act just like medicines on human populations: Drugs developed for one group can be disastrous when given to another for…
By Douglas John Bowen, Managing EditorWords matter, so the overall talk is encouraging: Believers in passenger rail’s potential, and its worth within the larger realm of railroading, have every right…
By Richard F. Timmons, President, American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association No organization that prides itself on performance and measurable results can expect to grow and prosper without dedicated…
By Tony Kruglinski, Financial Editor I would like to use this month’s Financial Edge to comment on the standards of honesty and ethical behavior that we have come to expect…
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