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UPS pays $40M to end online pharmacies probe

Shipping company UPS has agreed to pay $40 million to end a federal criminal probe connected to its work for online pharmacies.


FedEx Employees Knew of Overcharging, Emails Show

A FedEx employee suspected the delivery company of "systematically overcharging" its customers and taking "no action" to address the problem, according to unsealed documents in a case against the company.


Cash-strapped post office tests same-day delivery


Emboldened by rapid growth in e-commerce shipping, the cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service is moving aggressively this holiday season to start a premium service for the Internet shopper seeking the instant gratification of a store purchase: same-day package delivery.


UPS third-quarter profit drops on slowing global trade

United Parcel Service Inc reported lower quarterly profit on Tuesday, citing slowing global trade, and said there was "some uncertainty" about the strength of the coming holiday season.


Free necklaces and shipping for holiday shoppers?

Free necklaces and shipping for holiday shoppers?

Retailers are so desperate this holiday season that they're willing to lose money to get you to spend yours....


FedEx Spooks Everyone Saying Global Economy Will Cool Significantly

FedEx scared markets in its first quarter earnings report, noting the global economy would slow and demand, particularly from Asia, would cool, putting downward pressure on the stock.


UPS to require photo IDs for shipping packages

UPS to require photo IDs for shipping packages

UPS is now requiring photo identification from customers shipping packages at retail locations around the world, a month after explosives made its way on to one of the company's...


UPS Posts Strong Results

UPS said its first-quarter profit grew by a third on improved margins and a pickup in international shipping demand.


How Pet Shipping Works

Your company's relocated you overseas, and now you've got to get the family dog and cat across the ocean along with the contents of your home. Since you can't exactly mail a kitty, how does it work?


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