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Analysis - United Parcel Service, Inc. Increases Dividend by 7%

United Parcel Service Incorporated announced a regular quarterly dividend of $0.78, a 7 percent increase from the prior rate of $0.73 per share. The dividend will be paid at the new higher rate on March 9, 2016, to shareholders of record at close of business on February 22, 2016. 179 more words

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FedEx Blames Last-Minute Shoppers for Christmas Delays

This story has been updated to include comment from FedEx.

FedEx says that holiday procrastinators are to blame for its delays in delivering Christmas packages. 250 more words

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Here’s why UPS’s stock price is sinking this morning

Shares of United Parcel Service are sinking Tuesday after the package delivery company posted a higher quarterly profit, but also said its revenue in the quarter was hurt by the strong U.S. 315 more words

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UPS Agrees To Pay $4.2M To Resolve False Delivery Claims With 17 States

We’ve all been there: you’re waiting for a package, you check the tracking, and it says they tried to deliver. Except you’ve been paying attention the whole time, and no knock has ever come. 184 more words

UPS agrees to pay $4 million in delivery practices settlement

A $4 million dollar multistate settlement with United Parcel Service, Inc., the world’s largest package delivery company, resolving allegations that its employees violated the false claims acts of 14 states, Chicago, New York City, and the District of Columbia by overcharging governmental customers on certain transactions, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said Wednesday. 313 more words

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T-Mobile reports iPhone preorders up over 30% from last year as Apple warns of delays in NY

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has tweeted that iPhone 6s preorders are more than 30% higher than those of the iPhone 6 last year. While there have been a number of clues that the iPhone 6s launch was going to be big, this is the first sign of any hard data. 13 more words

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T-Mobile reports iPhone preorders up over 30% from last year as Apple warns of delays in NY

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has tweeted that iPhone 6s preorders are more than 30% higher than those of the iPhone 6 last year. While there have been a number of clues that the iPhone 6s launch was going to be big, this is the first sign of any hard data. 235 more words

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