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United Parcel Service
28 апреля, 16:51

President Donald J. Trump Announces Key Additions to his Administration

President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Personnel to Key Administration Posts President Donald J. Trump today announced his intent to nominate the following key additions to his Administration: David Bernhardt of Virginia to be Deputy Secretary of the Interior. Mr. Bernhardt is a native of Rifle, Colorado. He is an avid hunter and fisherman. He recently served on the Board of Game and Inland Fisheries for the Commonwealth of Virginia. He has previously served as the United States Commissioner to the International Boundary Commission, U.S. and Canada. From 2001 and 2009, he held several positions within the Department of the Interior, including, after unanimous confirmation, serving as Solicitor, which is the Interior’s third ranking official and chief legal officer. Currently, Mr. Bernhardt chairs the natural resource law practice at Brownstein, Hyatt Farber and Schreck, LLP. Mr. Bernhardt earned a B.A. from the University of Northern Colorado. He graduated with honors from the George Washington University National Law Center and is admitted to various state and federal court bars. He is married to Gena Bernhardt. They have two children, and reside in Arlington, Virginia. Pamela Hughes Patenaude of New Hampshire to be Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Ms. Patenaude is currently the President of the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for America’s Families. Previously, she served as Director of the Bipartisan Policy Center Housing Commission. Ms. Patenaude earned her B.S. from Saint Anselm College and her Master of Science Community Economic Development degree from Southern New Hampshire University. Her awards include: HousingWire 2013 Woman of Influence and the Saint Anselm College Alumni Award of Merit 2006. --- President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Appoint Personnel to Key Administration Posts President Donald J. Trump today announced his intent to appoint key additions to his Administration. Jovita Carranza of Illinois to be Treasurer of the United States. Ms. Carranza currently is the Founder of JCR Group which provides services to companies and non-governmental organizations. She previously served as Deputy Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) under President George W. Bush, after receiving unanimous confirmation. Prior to her service in SBA, Carranza had a distinguished career at United Parcel Service where she started as a part-time, night-shift box handler and worked her way up to be the highest ranking Latina in company history where she served as president of Latin America and Caribbean operations. Ms. Carranza earned her MBA from the University of Miami in Florida. She also has received executive, management and financial training at the INSEAD Business School in Paris, France; Michigan State University; and the University of Chicago. Thomas DiNanno of Florida, to be Assistant Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Administration, Grant Programs, Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Dinanno is an accomplished executive with more than 20 years of management and consulting experience in both government and the private sector. He has successfully worked at the highest levels of Federal government in developing security and counterterrorism programs. Mr. Dinanno has served as a consultant to major chemical and petrochemical companies and security system and technology providers, including more than a dozen Tier 1 CFATS sites. From June 2004 to March 2007, Mr. Dinanno served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection at the Department of Homeland Security, where he was responsible for DHS initiatives to identify and protect the Nation’s physical and information infrastructure. Previously Mr. Dinanno served as Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff in the Department of Homeland Security, and in the White House Office of Homeland Security as Director of Corporate Relations from November 2001 to March 2003. Mr. Dinanno received his MS in Business and Urban Planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1999, an MA in Government Administration & International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania, and the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy in 1993. He received a BA in Economics and Latin American Studies from Middlebury College in 1989. Brock Long of North Carolina to be Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Long has more than 16 years of experience assisting and supporting local, state, and federal governments with building robust emergency management and public health preparedness programs. Since 2011, he has worked as Executive Vice President at Hagerty Consulting, where he provides strategic direction and leadership to the firm’s full complement of emergency management programs and professionals. Mr. Long has served as Project Executive for more than 50 projects in all parts of the United States, ranging from complex attack scenario exercises to designing multi-jurisdictional, all-hazard evacuation plans for major Urban Area Security Initiative designated jurisdictions. From 2008-2011, Mr. Long served as Director of Alabama’s Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) under Governor Bob Riley. As Director, he served as the State Coordinating Officer for 14 disasters, including eight presidentially-declared events. Mr. Long also served as an on-scene State Incident Commander for the Alabama Unified Command during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Prior to his position as Director at AEMA, Mr. Long was a FEMA Regional Hurricane Program Manager, FEMA Hurricane and Evacuation Liaison Team Leader, and statewide school safety coordinator for the Georgia Emergency Management Agency. His areas of expertise include strategic emergency operations planning, exercise, evacuation, school safety, recovery management, and response logistics. Richard Staropoli of New Jersey to be Chief Informations Officer, Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Staropoli most recently served as Managing Director, Counter-Party Risk/Chief Information Security Officer at Fortress Investment Group, a New York-based international hedge fund with approximately $80 billion in assets under management. In this role, he established a formalized program for conducting investigative due-diligence across the firm as it relates to Credit, Real Estate, Private Equity and Liquid Markets deals relying on traditional and non-traditional investigative and intelligence gathering approaches. Mr. Staropoli served as a Special Agent within the United States Secret Service (USSS) for 25 years. His tenure included service within the Presidential Protective Division, as Operator/Team Leader assigned to the USSS’s hostage rescue unit, the Counter Assault Team, and as the Chief of Polygraph Operations. In recognition of his service, he has received awards from the Department of the Treasury, the Department of Homeland Security and the New York City Police Department. He also received a commendation from President George W. Bush for his actions in the White House on September 11, 2001. Mr. Staropoli holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from New York University. Charmaine Yoest of Virginia to be Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services, Public Affairs. Dr. Yoest will serve as Assistant Secretary of Public Affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services.  Dr. Yoest is a Senior Fellow at American Values in Washington, D.C.  She earned a B.A. from Wheaton College and an M.A. and Ph.D. in American Government from the University of Virginia, where she received Mellon, Olin, Bradley and Kohler fellowships.  She served as the Project Director of a national study funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation which focused on paid parental leave in academia.  Dr. Yoest previously served as President and CEO of Americans United for Life, a public interest law firm.  She began her career serving in the White House under Ronald Reagan in the Office of Presidential Personnel. She also served as a Trump for President surrogate and as a Senior Advisor to the 2008 Huckabee for President campaign.  Dr. Yoest and her husband are the parents of five children and live in Virginia. --- President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Appoint the Following Individuals to be Members of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships President Donald J. Trump today announced his intent to appoint the following individuals to be members of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships. Robert M. Duncan and Designate Chair Aldona Z. Wos and Designate Vice-Chair Lee H. Bienstock Somers White Farkas Marlyn McGrath Damond R. Watkins

28 апреля, 15:00

How Companies Say They’re Using Big Data

Laura Schneider for HBR Are companies seeing any value to their investments in “big data”? I’ve been surveying executives of Fortune 1000 companies about their data investments since 2012, and for the first time a near majority – 48.4% — report that their firms are achieving measurable results from their big data investments, with 80.7% of executives characterizing their big data investments as “successful.” Survey respondents included Presidents, Chief Information Officers, Chief Analytics Officers, Chief Marketing Officers, and Chief Data Officers representing 50 industry giants, including American Express, Capital One, Disney, Ford Motors, General Electric, JP Morgan, MetLife, Nielsen, Turner Broadcasting, United Parcel Service, and USAA. The chart below illustrates the range of big data initiatives that are underway at leading corporations, with expense reduction being the most mature, as measured by the number of initiatives that are underway, with nearly one-half of all executives indicating that they have decreased expenses as a direct result of their investments in big data.   However, big data isn’t just being used for cost-cutting. The survey strongly indicates that firms are also undertaking “offensive” efforts that are explicitly intended to change how they do business.  After the initial “quick wins” are wrung from cost-reductions, executives are turning their attention to new ways to innovate using data. In spite of the investment enthusiasm, and ambition to leverage the power of data to transform the enterprise, results vary in terms of success. Organizations still struggle to forge what would be consider a “data-driven” culture. Of the executives who report starting such a project, only 40.2% report having success. Big transformations take time, and while the vast majority of firms aspire to being “data-driven”, a much smaller percentage have realized this ambition. Cultural transformations seldom occur overnight. Related Video The Explainer: Big Data and Analytics What the two terms really mean -- and how to effectively use each. Save Share See More Videos > See More Videos > At this point in the evolution of big data, the challenges for most companies are not related to technology. The biggest impediments to adoption relate to cultural challenges: organizational alignment, resistance or lack of understanding, and change management. Big data is already being used to improve operational efficiency, and the ability to make informed decisions based on the very latest up-to-the-moment information is rapidly becoming the mainstream norm. The next phase will be to use data for new products and other innovations. About half of the executives I surveyed predict major disruption on the horizon, as big data continues to change how businesses operate and compete. Companies that fail to adapt do so at their own competitive and market risk.

27 апреля, 23:58

United Parcel (UPS) Beats Q1 Earnings, Revenue Estimates

United Parcel (UPS) reported better-than-expected earnings in the quarter.

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27 апреля, 16:59

Квартальная выручка UPS поднялась на 6,2% г/г

Крупнейшая в мире служба доставки United Parcel Service (UPS) представила финансовые результаты за первый квартал, которые превзошли средние ожидания аналитиков. Согласно отчету компании, чистая прибыль поднялась на 2,4% г/г и составила $1,158 млрд или $1,32 на акцию по сравнению с $1,131 млрд или $1,27 на бумагу годом ранее. Выручка, тем временем, увеличилась на 6,2% г/г и составила $15,32 млрд по сравнению с $14,42 млрд, зафиксированными годом ранее. Заметим, что аналитики прогнозировали прибыль на уровне $1,29 на одну акцию при выручке в размере $15,17 млрд.

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27 апреля, 15:44

United Parcel Service (UPS) Beats on Q1 Earnings

UPS reported better-than-expected earnings in the quarter.

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27 апреля, 15:28

Квартальная выручка UPS поднялась на 6,2% г/г

Крупнейшая в мире служба доставки United Parcel Service (UPS) представила финансовые результаты за первый квартал, которые превзошли средние ожидания аналитиков. Согласно отчету компании, чистая прибыль поднялась на 2,4% г/г и составила $1,158 млрд или $1,32 на акцию по сравнению с $1,131 млрд или $1,27 на бумагу годом ранее. Выручка, тем временем, увеличилась на 6,2% г/г и составила $15,32 млрд по сравнению с $14,42 млрд, зафиксированными годом ранее. Заметим, что аналитики прогнозировали прибыль на уровне $1,29 на одну акцию при выручке в размере $15,17 млрд.

24 апреля, 21:17

100 Days Of President Trump’s Corporate Government

We’re 100 days into Corporate Government. While giant corporations have for decades and on a bipartisan basis exerted far too much influence over government decision-making, we’ve never seen anything like the Trump administration. The key officials in the federal government, starting with the president himself, come from Big Business; the administration openly seeks guidance and direction from giant corporations and corporate CEOs on policymaking; and the Trump administration is rushing to deliver subsidies, tax breaks and deregulatory gifts to the giant corporations to which the administration apparently owes its primary allegiance. A day-by-day review of the administration’s first 100 days in office shows that virtually every day there has been a new, extraordinary grant of power to corporate interests and/or another development in Donald Trump’s get-rich-quick-scheme known as the American presidency. America has never seen anything like this. The corporate capture began at the same moment as the Trump presidency. Corporations that have pending business before the president ― AT&T, Bank of America, Boeing, Chevron, Deloitte, JPMorgan Chase and United Parcel Service – were among the top funders of the inauguration and surrounding festivities. Giant companies and billionaires heaped more than $100 million on the festivities. New President Trump immediately signaled his intent to deliver on the corporate wish list by signing two executive orders, one designed to start the process of destroying the Affordable Care Act and another freezing all regulatory activity for 90 days. It’s been downhill since then. President Trump has assembled what is probably the least qualified and certainly most corporate cabinet of all time. By way of reminder, this list includes: the former CEO of Exxon Mobil (Rex Tillerson, Secretary of State); a slew of former Goldman Sachs executives, so much so that the factions fighting for control of the administration each hail from Goldman Sachs (chief strategist Steve Bannon and top economic advisor Gary Cohn); a banker known as the Foreclosure King to run the Department of Treasury (Steven Mnuchin), an Amway heiress and Republican megadonor (Betsy DeVos); and a former state attorney general who allowed the fossil fuel industry to draft letters on attorney general letterhead on multiple occasions (Scott Pruitt, Environmental Protection Agency). Having a corporate cabinet has apparently not satisfied Trump’s yen to hang out with the corporate elite. Trump started his first full weekday in office with a breakfast meeting with CEOs of a dozen corporations, and the meetings continue at a staggering pace. Trump is meeting with more than two CEOS every day, on average. These extraordinary gatherings, which have the explicit purpose of providing a way for Big Business to shape the administration’s policies, are supplemented by the president’s more casual interactions with corporate leaders at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., where the membership fee is now $200,000. Many of the gatherings reflect the administration’s interest in giving special consideration to the views of specific corporate sectors, such as airlines, health insurance corporations, pharmaceutical corporations, and the automotive industry. One of every five of the corporate executives who met with the Trump administration within the first 100 days represented the banking or financial sector. It’s not just meetings and personnel. The Trump administration is off to a roaring start on delivering the goodies to Big Business. One of every five of the corporate executives who met with the Trump administration within the first 100 days represented the banking or financial sector. It has taken care of its Dirty Energy friends. By executive order, Trump overturned Obama measures to block the Keystone and Dakota Access Pipelines. A few days later, the Army Corps of Engineers granted Energy Transfer Partners the final permit it needs to complete the Dakota Access Pipeline. It has also put in place measures to speed approval of other pipelines and fossil fuel projects, and is expected in the coming days to announce measures to upend the Environmental Protection Agency. In March, Trump announced a review – plainly aimed to be a roll back – of auto fuel efficiency standards. Just a few years ago, a U.S. government bailout saved the Big Three automakers from utter collapse. The modest reciprocity the government demanded was industry agreement to higher fuel efficiency standards – its most important move to reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses. Now the auto industry and the Trump administration are colluding to abrogate the deal. Consumers will be swindled in the process; the fuel economy rules that Trump is reversing were projected to save Americans up to $5,700 for every car they purchase, and $8,200 for every truck. Trump has issued an executive order aimed at undoing President Obama’s Clean Power Plan – his signature effort to reduce climate pollution from coal powered plants; the administration is debating pulling the United States out of the Paris climate agreement; and administration officials have banned the use of the term “climate change.” EPA Chief Scott Pruitt and his minions are delivering a host of other gifts to polluters, such as inaugural $1 million donor Dow, notably including a refusal to ban a brain-damaging pesticide. The administration is taking care of its Wall Street friends (meaning those who remain outside the administration). Trump has signed executive orders aimed at unraveling the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law (“We expect to be cutting a lot out of Dodd-Frank,” the president told JPMorgan Chase’s CEO Jamie Dimon and other CEOs in January) and repealing an Obama administration Labor Department rule requiring financial advisors to give advice based on their customers’ best interests. The Labor Department rule, if adopted, will save consumers $17 billion a year in rip-off fees and bad advice. Contemplated changes in Dodd-Frank rules, the Wall Street Journal reports, will enable the six biggest banks to return $100 billion of reserves to shareholders. A staggering gift to the shareholders – at the cost of making the financial system far, far more unstable, insecure and prone to another 2008-style meltdown. Although its prospects are dim, Trump proposed a cruel, sadistic and military-industrial-complex-fawning budget, featuring $54 billion in increased spending on weapons and war, with gouging cuts to spending on everything from environmental protection to Meals on Wheels. Trump strongly backed the American Health Care Act (Obamacare repeal), and is now angling for it to be revived with slight modifications – which would make it still worse. To pay for a $350 billion tax cut for the super rich and large corporations, the bill would deny health care coverage to 24 million people by 2026. In addition to mass financial hardship, that denial of coverage would have meant that every year millions would suffer needlessly from treatable ailments and tens of thousands would die from preventable illness. Cutting off Medicaid payments to Planned Parenthood would have denied provision of care to millions of low-income women. And the bill’s financing structure would have weakened Medicare’s finances, imperiling still more Americans. Happily, bombast aside, odds appear slim of successfully bringing this proposal back from the dead. Perhaps most consequentially, the administration has commenced its full-fledged assault on health, safety, environmental, worker, consumer, financial security, civil rights and other regulatory protections. Deregulatory measures may well be Trump’s signature achievement – both of the first 100 days and the entire presidency. What does it mean to deregulate? It means lifting restraints on corporate misconduct, and signaling to big companies that in pursuit of profit they are free to rip off, price gouge, poison and endanger Americans and our planet. In February, Trump signed a deregulatory executive order that directs federal agencies to repeal two federal regulations for every new rule they issue, and requires that any cost to industry of new rules be offset by savings from repealed rules. In this crazy scheme, regulators are not permitted to consider the benefits of rules. No one thinking sensibly about how to set rules for health, safety, the environment and the economy would ever adopt this approach – unless their only goal was to confer enormous benefits on Big Business. That is indeed the goal here. (With the Natural Resources Defense Council and Communication Workers of America, Public Citizen has sued President Trump and the administration to have this executive order overturned.) What are the chances that policy making will be advanced in the interest of Americans rather than giant corporations? Trump has eagerly signed into law a series of deregulatory measures to undo Obama administration achievements, using an obscure legislative vehicle known as the Congressional Review Act. Industries that have collectively spent more than $1 billion on lobbying and campaign contributions have seen their investments pay off many times over. Trump has gleefully signed measures making it easier for coal companies to pollute streams and rivers; authorizing Big Oil to hide payments to developing country governments; erasing obligations for government contractors to ensure the safety and health of their employees; and making it possible for cable and Internet providers to collect and sell our most personal information. It’s hard to imagine there’s anyone in the United States, not connected to Comcast, Verizon or another telecom company, who favors giving the telecoms the right to traffic in our personal data. Leaving aside confirmations, these Congressional Review Act regulatory repeals are, by far, the most significant legislative action during Trump’s term. The corporate cronies heading or nominated to lead key regulatory agencies guarantee that deregulation will be a consistent and overriding theme of the administration. Trump’s pick for Securities and Exchange Commission, Jay Clayton, if confirmed will assume office with unprecedented conflicts and zero demonstrated commitment to protecting investors. Scott Gottlieb, the nominee for Food and Drug Administration commissioner, has deep ties to the pharmaceutical industry and aims to roll back drug and device safety standards. President Trump and his new Federal Communication Commission Chair Ajit Pai are intent on repealing the agency’s Net Neutrality rule, which is designed to protect a free and open Internet by preventing broadband providers from favoring their own or discriminating against others’ content. The rule protects consumers from excessive tolls that could significantly impact their pocketbook, a diminished Internet that would degrade their user experience and, most importantly, from broadband provider censorship or undue influence over what they can see and access. Meanwhile, Trump’s top regulatory advisor, the financial mogul Carl Icahn, is leveraging his role to push for very specific regulatory changes that would advantage his companies. The value of his oil refining companies has jumped by more than half a billion dollars in anticipation that Trump will deliver a revision to ethanol rules that Icahn is seeking. Icahn’s conflicts are jaw-dropping, but it all comes from the top. President Trump has resisted calls to divest himself of his business empire, giving him unprecedented conflicts of interest and ensuring that this administration will go down as the most corrupt in history. Foreign policy conflicts are already manifest: Does Trump congratulate Turkish President Erdogan on his consolidation of authoritarian power because of Trump’s business interests in Turkey? Does Rex Tillerson’s refusal to condemn human rights violations in the Philippines follow from Trump’s real estate ventures in that country? What’s the correlation between warming relations with China and China’s approval of trademark requests from Trump and Ivanka Trump? So too are domestic priorities distorted: Trump has ordered a repeal of an important Clean Water Rule opposed by golf courses. Policies at the Labor Department and National Labor Relations Board will directly impact his companies. The Chamber of Commerce is clamoring for legislation to destroy class actions – the kind of lawsuits filed by the ripped off students at “Trump University.” And, as we look forward past the first hundred days, the dominant legislative debate will focus on tax policy. Donald Trump is an admitted exploiter of tax loopholes; and although he refused to make his tax returns public, he has bragged that he pays the lowest rate possible. What are the chances that he is going to support tax reform measures that would hurt his personal business empire? What are the chances this administration’s conflicts will be resolved? What are the chances that policy making will be advanced in the interest of Americans rather than giant corporations? None, none and none – unless We the People mobilize in sufficient numbers to force a change. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=584f3777e4b0e05aded57793,5849a199e4b04002fa804550,58404827e4b0c68e047f323c -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

24 апреля, 15:51

United Parcel (UPS) Q1 Earnings: Disappointment in Store?

United Parcel Service (UPS) is scheduled to report first-quarter 2017 results on Apr 27, before the market opens.

10 апреля, 12:36

Bull Of The Day: Radiant Logistics (RLGT)

Bull Of The Day: Radiant Logistics (RLGT)

03 апреля, 16:41

United Parcel Grapples With Varied Issues: Time to Dump?

Investors would do well by dumping this Zacks Rank #4 (Sell) stock from their portfolios currently.

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03 апреля, 16:04

United Parcel Service expects 6,000 new jobs when increased Saturday operations implemented

This is a Real-time headline. These are breaking news, delivered the minute it happens, delivered ticker-tape style. Visit www.marketwatch.com or the quote page for more information about this breaking news.

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30 марта, 16:36

4 Brick-and-Mortar Retailers that Are Solid Buys for Now

If you are giving Brick-and-Mortar retailers a thought, make sure you look for companies that have a strong online presence.

29 марта, 15:40

United Parcel Adds Stations, Extends China-Europe Rail Route

United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) announced that it has added six stations to its full and less-than-container load (FCL and LCL) multimodal rail service connecting Europe and China.

28 марта, 00:54

Today's New Research Reports: Chevron, Home Depot, Citgroup

Today's New Research Reports: Chevron, Home Depot, Citgroup

27 марта, 16:26

Brief Study of Mairs & Power Balanced Fund Investor Class (MAPOX)

Mairs & Power Balanced Fund Investor Class (MAPOX) seeks to provide shareholders with regular current income

22 марта, 18:57

FedEx (FDX) готовилась к празднику, который не пришел

Гигант доставки FedEx Corp. (FDX) сообщил, что некоторые из его крупнейших розничных клиентов отгрузили меньше посылок во время праздничного сезона, чем прогнозировалось, после того как компания увеличила расходы на укомплектование персоналом в ожидании огромного спроса. "Мы задействовали неиспользованные мощности", - сказал во вторник на телефонной конференции финансовый директор FedEx Алан Граф. В результате, финансовые показатели FedEx снизились в третьем финансовом квартале, закончившемся 28 февраля. Хотя выручка выросла на 18%, чему способствовали более высокие тарифы и большее количество отправленных посылок, общая рентабельность снизилась на фоне 30% роста расходов на топливо и инвестиций в электронную коммерцию. Как FedEx, так и конкурирующая United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) изо всех сил стараются идти в ногу с резким ростом в электронной коммерции. В то время как все больше людей делают покупки в Интернете, компании тратят значительные средства на создание центров сортировки посылок и автоматизацию средств для более прибыльной доставки. Обе компании также обращают внимание на амбиции Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), которая захватывает долю в розничной торговле и медленно строит собственную сеть доставки. Несмотря на то, что это может повлиять на деятельность FedEx в области электронной коммерции, компания говорит, что 85% ее деятельности - поставки от бизнеса бизнесу. FedEx подтвердила свой прогноз на финансовый год и спрогнозировала более здоровый четвертый финансовый квартал, поскольку перевозчик теперь корректирует надбавки к топливу еженедельно, а не ежемесячно, чтобы лучше реагировать на колебания расходов. Компания сократила прогноз капитальных расходов на год на $300 млн до $5,3 млрд, поскольку это позволит сэкономить расходы на основной бизнес. В целом, прибыль компании в третьем квартале выросла на 11% до $562 млн, или $2,07 на акцию. Исключая затраты на интеграцию и реструктуризацию, связанные с приобретением TNT Express, прибыль упала до $2,35 на акцию с $2,51 на акцию годом ранее. Выручка выросла на 18% и достигла $15 млрд. Компания, расположенная в Мемфисе, заявила, что интеграция голландской TNT Express, купленной в прошлом году за $4,8 млрд, плавно продвигается вперед и добавит от $1,2 млрд до $1,5 млрд к операционным доходам подразделения Express к 2020 году. На текущий момент акции FedEx (FDX) котируются по $194,63 (+1,45%) Информационно-аналитический отдел ТелеТрейдИсточник: FxTeam

22 марта, 15:11

FedEx (FDX) Misses on Q3 Earnings, Strong Q4 Anticipated

FedEx (FDX) reported lower-than-expected earnings in the quarter.

20 марта, 17:10

United Parcel to Invest Over $90M in Natural Gas Lineup

United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) recently decided to build six compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations.

16 марта, 16:49

FedEx (FDX) to Report Q3 Earnings: Will the Stock Gain?

FedEx Corporation (FDX) is set to report third-quarter fiscal 2017 results on Mar 21.