Package-delivery giants UPS and FedEx are seeing growing surges in e-commerce demand during the peak holiday season, but what does that mean for their profitability?
A still-lackluster economy is causing some companies to cut staff, but many retailers are adding more -- a lot more.
The logistics company saw revenue triple as synergies from its recent merger are already paying off.
The market seemed pleased with third-quarter financial results, even with a bigger net loss than expected.
Cargo pilots at UPS are threatening a strike -- and it could be bad news if any customers get spooked.
The package delivery giant followed key rival FedEx Corporation in highlighting a weakening industrial economy, even as the consumer strengthened.
Short interest in the company has skyrocketed since June.
A look at the package delivery companies' plans to deal with peak demand during the shopping season, and what it means for investors.
Like clockwork, FedEx announces its annual rate hike.
FedEx pilots just got a big pay raise. Now UPS pilots want a raise, too. Three guesses on who will pay the freight.