FedEx Marches to Its Own Beat on Pension De-risking
Rather than jump on the bandwagon of lump-sum payouts, FedEx continues to donate more to its U.S. pension plans than is required to fund future liabilities.
FedEx Sues U.S. Government Over Export Rules After Huawei Dispute
The lawsuit comes after Huawei demanded to know why the shipping company didn’t deliver a package to the United States.
Don’t Forget About Existing Technologies
While artificial intelligence is commanding great attention, finance departments should aim to maximize their use of earlier technologies.
FedEx Makes Largest Pension Annuity Purchase in Years
The $6 billion deal could be a harbinger of more such asset de-risking moves by other defined-benefit plan sponsors.
UPS’ Network Upgrade Costs Worry Investors
The company's Q4 earnings beat estimates but the expense of improving its delivery network may continue to weigh on margins.
FedEx Earnings Beat, Package Deliveries up 9%
The company predicts a record holiday season after strong domestic and international shipping demand over Thanksgiving.
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FedEx Beats Q4 Estimates But Lowers Guidance
The reduced forecast for 2017 reflects an increase in capital spending to $5.1 billion as FedEx tries to keep pace with ecommerce growth.
FedEx to Take $2B Charge on Accounting Change
FedEx's switch to mark-to-market pension accounting allows gains and losses to flow into earnings sooner.