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The legacy of 15 days in August
Twenty years ago this month, 185,000 Teamsters ended a 15-day nationwide strike against UPS. Its aftermath still resonates.
UPS to roll out returns shipping tool that works from merchants' own IT systems
Company says it is first to enable returns shipment to be created from standard tracking page.
FedEx makes surgical strike in peak-shipping-season battle with UPS
FedEx targets outsized shipments for surcharges while exempting small-parcel business; move seen protecting FedEx cost structure while preserving customer core.
Don't want to return that stuff? Keep it, Amazon says
Program allows merchants to nix returns, but would still require customer refunds.
UPS expands market for booze shipments
Company to grow network to 39 countries from 3.
Amazon's shipping spend continued to rise in second quarter as volumes climbed
Spend of nearly $4.6 billion 36 percent above same total in 2016.
ArcBest posts solid quarterly numbers; CEO cites improving U.S. economy
Strong LTL pricing trends allow company to shed marginally profitable business.
UPS, Old Dominion stand tall as both post strong quarterly results
UPS posts solid second-quarter numbers across the board; Old Dominion reports best revenue numbers in more than two years, and record operating ratio.
Amazon to avoid UPS peak surcharges by flexing massive shipment volumes
It's "United States of Amazon" as company lives in its own pricing orbit.
Wal-Mart warns motor carriers to stop hauling Amazon loads, consultant says
Wal-Mart escalates e-commerce "cold war" between two retail giants, Jindel tells SMC3 gathering.

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