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During the busiest week of the year, December 1 – 7, FedEx expects more than 85 million shipments to move through its global networks. This is a 13 percent increase compared to last year’s busiest week. Credit: FedEx

FedEx Preps For Big Year Playing Santa As Holiday Shopping Moves Online

by / on October 23, 2013

Memphis-based FedEx plans to handle 22 million packages on its busiest day this year, according to an announcement made by the company.

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FedEx Earnings Hurt by Asian Weakness

by / on March 20, 2013

The Memphis-based shipping giant says it made $361 million in the third quarter—down 31 percent from a year ago. Executives blame the latest drop on weak demand for international express shipments.

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Reports of My Leaving State Greatly Exaggerated: FedEx’s Fred Smith

Reports of My Leaving State Greatly Exaggerated: FedEx’s Fred Smith

by / on April 17, 2012

A noted conservative economist casually told state lawmakers this week that FedEx CEO Fred Smith had said he would leave the state if Tennessee’s estate tax wasn’t repealed. Smith denies making any such statement.

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State’s Largest Employers Blast Away at ‘Guns in Parking Lots’

by / on March 6, 2012

A dozen representatives of the state’s largest employers today urged state lawmakers to turn down an attempt to let employees carry guns on company property – even if the weapons are locked in car trunks.

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Nissan, FedEx State Opposition to Anti-Discrimination Limits

by / on May 24, 2011

Some of Tennessee’s largest businesses are distancing themselves from a law signed into effect by Governor Bill Haslam yesterday.

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