Norfolk Southern Corporation

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Norfolk Southern, a rail transportation company, implemented a strategy called “Precision Scheduled Railroading” to increase revenues and decrease costs, which included reductions in staff and longer, heavier trains. A class action lawsuit alleged that this strategy led to increased train derailments and risk-taking at the expense of safety. In February 2023, a derailment in Ohio caused fires and hazardous material leaks, leading to a drop in the company’s stock price. The governor and EPA held Norfolk Southern responsible for the cleanup costs, and the attorney general considered legal action against them. Norfolk Southern announced a plan to improve operational safety, but the stock price fell further.