United Parcel Service


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United Parcel Service

An American delivery company. It delivers packages all over the world, in addition to supply chain delivery and less than truckload services. It was established in 1907 by two teenagers who delivered packages on foot, bicycle and motorcycle.
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Key Employee Biographies: United Parcel Service, Inc.
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Company analysis includes a history of United Parcel Service, a business segment analysis of the segments United Parcel Service operates through, a look at the organization structure of the company, a geographical operating segments analysis, an analysis of the company's major competitors.
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Lynne Simmons has learned a lesson from the United Parcel Service strike, which had her worried that her specialty foods company might collapse because it couldn't ship to customers.
One of the biggest earnings disappointments today is United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS) , which trimmed its earnings growth outlook looking forward.
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A police source said that Officer Timothy Olsen, 22, was deeply shaken by the killing Monday of Jose Luis Mendoza, 26, a former United Parcel Service driver who ran a Mexican restaurant with his family.
Schaeffer's Investment Research has changed its posture on United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS) from HOLD to BUY.
Tuesday to trumpet his union's agreement with United Parcel Service, he said what all of organized labor was waiting to hear.
CINCINNATI -- Today's Schaeffer's Midday Options Update features Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), Apple Computer (NASDAQ:AAPL), Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK), Wachovia (NYSE:WB), and United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS).
President Clinton predicted Sunday night that negotiators were on the verge of settling the 2-week-old United Parcel Service strike Sunday, but a Teamsters union official discounted the speculation and talks recessed until 9 a.
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