Weeks after Christmas rush, Amazon says FedEx service levels have improved; FedEx says its network performed well during peak season
A price hike caused by the changing landscape of e-commerce.
Amazon hit with allegations of unsafe drivers on Christmas Eve.
FedEx, UPS and USPS are doing their part to help shoppers navigate the stress-inducing season all while facing mounting pressure to deliver on time.
It was the latest blow in a battle between the longtime shipping giant and the e-commerce behemoth rapidly encroaching on its turf.
FedEx reduced its full-year profit guidance to account for the poor results.
Amazon has been building out its fleet of cargo planes to chip away at a business dominated by FedEx, UPS and the U.S. Postal Service.
Punishments range from fines to a year in jail and upward of five years in prison for repeat offenders.
The world’s largest online retailer is delivering 46 percent of U.S. packages bought on its online platform itself.
The owners say their dog was sunbathing in their backyard when the package was thrown over the fence.
"To be clear, this is not a cost-saving initiative," said one FedEx exec.
FedEx donated the transportation services as part of their FedEx Cares “Delivering for Good” initiative.
FedEx CEO called The New York Times story "distorted and factually incorrect."
FedEx's tax rate from 34 percent to less than zero.
A FedEx Ground manager has been indicted on accusations that he accepted bribes from multiple Utah truck company owners who paid more than $1 million to secure hundreds of millions in revenue over the last 10 years, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Monday.
Retailers were concerned about disruptions during the holiday shopping season.
A burglar pulled off a brutal New York heist Monday after posing as a FedEx worker in order to gain access to the home and escaping with nearly $130,000 in cash and jewelry.
The pilot was accused of illegally transporting ammunition.
FedEx says they are built to avoid pedestrians and vehicles and can travel along sidewalks and roadsides.
Walmart’s automated “associates” are part of why it did so well during the second quarter, according to one report.