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January 14, 2013
12:58 EDTUPS, TNTEY, FDXUPS advances after abandoning takeover of TNT
UPS (UPS) indicated this morning that it would not acquire Dutch delivery company TNT Express (TNTTY) as previously planned because the E.U. has decided to block the deal over competition concerns. As a result, UPS said that it would pay TNT a EUR200M termination fee. In a note to investors earlier today, Deutsche Bank analyst Justin Yagerman responded to the news by upgrading UPS to Buy from Hold. UPS will likely buy back more shares of its own stock following the termination of the deal, wrote Yagerman, who raised his earnings per share estimates to reflect the expected additional buybacks. The analyst, who added that investors had been cautious about the acquisition, increased his price target on UPS shares to $92 from $83. Similarly, Jefferies analyst Peter Nesvold wrote that UPS would likely buy back a large amount of additional shares or increase its dividend soon. The company could announce such a move after February 5, when the E.U. is expected to announce that it will block the TNT acquisition, wrote the analyst, who maintained a Hold rating on the stock. Meanwhile, Nesvold added that FedEx (FDX) is "extremely unlikely" to launch its own bid for UPS. In early afternoon trading, UPS rose $1.14, or 1.46%, to $79.06, while FedEx added 0.77% to $98.15.
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April 13, 2014
19:35 EDTFDXNTSB launches go-team to investigate bus and truck collision in California
In response to the bus crash involving a FedEx truck last week, the NTSB issued the following press release on its website on Friday: The National Transportation Safety Board has launched a go-team to investigate a crash involving a truck that crossed over the center median of Interstate 5 and collided with a motor coach in Orland, California. Highway Safety Investigator Robert Accetta will serve as the investigator-in-charge, leading a multi-disciplinary team of NTSB personnel. NTSB Board Member Mark Rosekind is accompanying the team and will serve as the principal spokesperson during the on-scene phase of the investigation. Reference Link
April 11, 2014
10:29 EDTFDXTen people die after FedEx truck crashes into bus, USA Today says
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April 9, 2014
07:36 EDTFDXCFA Society of Cleveland to hold a luncheon meeting
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April 4, 2014
08:44 EDTUPSUPS supply chain management favors its strategy, says RW Baird
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06:30 EDTTNTEYTNT Express CFO expected to step down, WSJ reports
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