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  1. What does the Smart Money Think of These Two Stocks on The Move?Read the original story w/Photo

    36 min ago | Insider Monkey

    Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan and FedEx Corporation are in the news after Potash Corporation withdrew its bid for the German fertilizer company K+S and TNT Express shareholders approved its merger with FedEx. Shares of Potash Corporation are up 3%, while shares of FedEx inched up 0.8% in early morning trade.


  2. Waterville Airport Sets Sights High After Big InvestmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago | Airport Business

    Oct. 04--WATERVILLE -- The Robert LaFleur Municipal Airport is poised to handle more jet traffic and service aircraft better after millions of dollars' worth of work over the last two years, city officials say. Those investments at the city-owned airport include a newly reconstructed main runway, new equipment, a renovated terminal, a self-serve fueling system, aircraft maintenance and flight school businesses on site and plans for further marketing.


  3. Central States Teamsters pension fund seeks permission to cut...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Business Insurance

    The Teamsters Central States, Southeast & Southwest Areas Pension Fund, Rosemont, Illinois, is seeking permission to cut benefits for participants, including retirees, as part of a proposed rescue plan awaiting approval from the Treasury Department. The pension fund had assets of $17.8 billion as of Dec. 31, and is projected to become insolvent in 2026.


  4. UPS Study: Online Auto Parts Sales Accelerate; Shoppers Shift BehaviorsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | GlobeNewswire

    New research shows that 56% of online automotive parts and accessories shoppers are making their purchases online - an 8% increase over the previous year. The study also indicates that consumers are combining online and in-store channels for an omnichannel shopping experience.


  5. Air Cargo Market Forecast to Grow at 5.97% CAGR to 2019Read the original story

    7 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Driven by increase in online retail stores, global air cargo market is set to see a steady growth of 5.97% CAGR during the 5 year review period of 2014 to 2015 according to this new 2015 published research report. Complete report on air cargo market spread across 87 pages, analyzing 4 major companies and supported with 41 data exhibits is now available at .


  6. TNT Express Says Third-Quarter Profit Fell on Brazil, China WoesRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    TNT Express NV, the Dutch logistics company being taken over by FedEx Corp., said third-quarter profit fell because of economic turmoil in markets such as Brazil, China and Australia. Adjusted operating income in the period was probably "materially lower" than last year, TNT said in a statement prior to an extraordinary shareholder meeting at its headquarters in Hoofddorp on Monday.


  7. The Case For A 500-Point Cyclical "Bear" Correction - Risks To 1650 SPXRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    I will make a case for a longer-term corrective period, up to a possible "retest" of the secular bull breakout level of the S&P 500 1600 level. Risks have elevated.


  8. TNT issues profit warning, says China, Brazil weigh on Q3 performanceRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Reuters

    Oct 5 Dutch-based express delivery company TNT Express issued a profit warning on Monday, saying that third-quarter operating income would be "materially lower" than in the same period a year ago. TNT's second profit warning this year comes as its share price has been under pressure amid speculation an antitrust review by European regulators could derail the company's takeover by FedEx.


  9. Seasonal staffing: It's that time of yearRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Houston Chronicle

    According to, seasonal jobs are the chance to demonstrate leadership skills, earn extra money, make new connections and demonstrate why you could be a permanent employee. Augmenting your income - or getting your foot in the door at a company - is as easy as starting with a seasonal job during the holidays.


  10. Your outsize orders are giving FedEx a big delivery headacheRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Watertown Daily Times

    Consumers might delight in the ease of front-door delivery for a mattress, trampoline or gym equipment. FedEx, now handling an increasing number of these bulky shipments, has mixed feelings.


  11. Amazon takes cowboy tactics to 'wild, wild East' of IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Seattle Times

    Amazon motorcycle delivery riders and package sorters await backpacks filled with merchandise outside a neighborhood distribution center in Bangalore. India's challenging traffic means getting to work early at this 2,600-square-foot facility.


  12. Your guide to tipping just the right amountRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Deseret News

    When the check comes for the meal you ate, think twice about that tip you may or may not want to leave to recognize the service you did, or didn't, receive. "Take a minute to look around and see all they are really doing," said Katy Kassian, who has 30 years in the hospitality business.


  13. Harlem Bicyclist Sues UPS for Repeatedly Blocking Bike LanesRead the original story

    Friday Oct 2 |

    Alex Bell, 28, is suing the United Parcel Service , claiming its trucks routinely disrupt his commute by double-parking in bike lanes. Bell, a software engineer, filed two lawsuits in Manhattan Civil Court against the delivery company this week.


  14. Why FedEx has a headache from online trampoline ordersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    Consumers might delight in the ease of front-door delivery for a mattress, trampoline or gym equipment. FedEx Corp., now handling an increasing number of these bulky shipments, has mixed feelings.


  15. In Boston, frequent parking fines don't faze someRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    But for some drivers, finding the neon notes is as routine as buying a cup of coffee, albeit an expensive one. Kim Daniels, a longtime Back Bay resident, has paid 513 tickets totaling more than $15,000 over the past five years, mostly for parking near her apartment.


  16. Controversial Taser Contract CanceledRead the original story

    Friday Oct 2 | The Daily News

    Memphis Mayor A C Wharton announced Thursday, Oct. 1, that a controversial contract between Taser International and The Carter Malone Group has been canceled by "mutual consent" of both parties. Taser is the company providing the Memphis Police Department with body cameras.


  17. Larry SprinkleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | The Mountaineer Publishing Company

    A native of Newport, Kentucky, and former resident of Northern Kentucky, he resided in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, and Waynesville. Larry was a proud employee of United Parcel Service and retired as Division Manager in 1995 after 33 years of service.


  18. Gratuity, please: The do's and don't's of tippingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | Effingham Herald

    Tipping is an everyday issue, one that becomes all the more important during the holiday season. Here's a guide to tipping all year long.


  19. M&A Daily: EU Sends FedEx Package Of ObjectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | Seeking Alpha

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  20. Small Businesses Turn To Online LendersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | Benzinga

    The tech sector has reached into a new industry over the past year, as more firms rush to make loans to small businesses. Despite the U.S.'s recovery since the financial crisis, banks have been cautious about doling out small business loans.