Joining the UPS call yesterday, 8 August, was mandatory, yet the interims had almost nothing to do with it.

The aim of the Atlanta-based integrator was to recognise the fight, and fight it was, of defending a business that cut guidance for the year. And nonetheless, held up on the stock market.

Its top executive duo, CEO Carol Tomé and CFO Brian Newman, seemingly a bit more nervous than in the past, were all ready to explain why the UPS crew is ...

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