The parcel empires strike back as smaller players take stock
Over the past couple of years small parcel carriers have gained ground, as behemoths FedEx, ...
The BBC has run an interesting piece on David Abney, who joined UPS’s ladder on the bottom rung in 1974, and is now chairman and CEO. Following his climb to the top, the article cites his belief that UPS’s culture, and the loyalty it engenders among its employees, will allow others to make the same journey. UPS, he says, is not “a job or a career, it’s a way of life”.
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