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FedEx Plays Hardball With Retailers as Profits Get Squeezed
Wall Street Journal
FedEx Corp. is playing hardball with some e-commerce shippers as the package delivery giant strains to manage the surge in holiday shopping packages. Executives at the company, whose quarterly profit was squeezed by its spending on new facilities and …
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Twitter also loses its vice president of product in an apparent management restructuring.
The president of the UN General Assembly called Fidel Castro "one of the 20th century's most iconic and influential leaders" at a memorial tribute to the late leader of the Cuban revolution who led his country for nearly 50 years.
US President Barack Obama has banned future oil and gas drilling in most of the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, the latest move to cement his environmental legacy before he leaves office next month.
In a setback to India, the Hong Kong, a special administrative region of China, has withdrawn the visa-free facility for Indian travellers
An explosion has ripped through Mexico's best-known fireworks market on the northern outskirts of the capital.
Lena Dunham said on the latest episode of her podcast that she wishes she’d had an abortion to fight the “stigma around this issue.” “Something I’ve thought about a lot is the fact that there is stigma around abortion,” Dunham said on her podcast “Women of the Hour” December 14. The “Girls” creator […]
There is an effort underway to transfer up to 22 Gitmo detainees to other countries by the time President Obama leaves office, two defense officials told Fox News. Obama pledged to close the offshore detention center upon taking office, but as time runs out on his administration that almost certainly will not happen. […]