|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||248.79 - 252.29|
|52 Week Range||205.64 - 274.66|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.96|
|Earnings Date||Sep 17, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.60 (1.05%)|
|1y Target Est||286.24|
Smith, the founder of FedEx, 'draws on so many resources and gives you so many things to think about and a lot of tools to do your job.'
FedEx Corp. will lose a board member next month when one of its directors hits the mandatory retirement age of 75. FedEx already has changed its rules once to accommodate the inexorable march of time, though. James Barksdale, who has served on the FedEx board for 18 years, must step down before the company’s annual meeting on Sept. 24.
The FedEx (NYSE: FDX) Express Mid-Atlantic Hub at Piedmont Triad International Airport is moving closer to its original hiring goals, and the company expects an additional infrastructure investment down the road. FedEx is expected to add 400 new employees over the next several months, doubling its workforce to 800. The new hires will fill part-time, full-time and management positions.
The Board of Directors of FedEx Corporation today declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.65 per share on FedEx Corporation common stock. The dividend is payable October 1, 2018 to stockholders of record at the close of business on September 10, 2018.
A major constraint on faster economic growth at the moment is a severe nationwide shortage of truck drivers, and don’t expect it to improve without a surge in immigration. The law stipulates rules for trucks and trailers in a class known as “less-than-truckload,” which move, say, your Amazon boxes but not pallets of goods to a retailer like Target. FedEx and others are eager to put it on the road across the nation, especially as shipping costs are increasing.
About 400 employees are expected to be added to the FedEx Express Mid-Atlantic Hub at the Piedmont Triad International Airport over the next several months.
“We are very proud of the solid financial and operational results FedEx delivered in fiscal 2018, and I extend a well-deserved ‘Bravo Zulu’ — the naval signal for a job well done — to our more than 425,000 team members worldwide for their dedication to the Purple Promise which simply states ‘I will make every FedEx experience outstanding,’” said Frederick W. Smith, chairman and chief executive officer of FedEx. “It was a year of opportunities and challenges — anticipated and unexpected — and FedEx emerged more competitive than ever,” Smith said in his letter to shareowners.
FedEx Corporation’s (NYSE:FDX) announced its latest earnings update in May 2018, which indicated that the company benefited from a large tailwind, eventuating to a high double-digit earnings growth of 52.56%.Read More...
It was 1975 and, with no money to pay his rent or tuition, Michael Ducker asked his roommate where he might get a job. “A little company called Federal Express is hiring — you might try there,” Ducker recalls his friend saying.
UPS awaits approval of the provisional labor deal. In the event of a favorable voting outcome, the pay packages of its aircraft mechanics are likely to be boosted significantly.
FedEx Express is hiring. The subsidiary of Memphis-based FedEx Corp. will hold a job fair Saturday, Aug. 18, to fill 400 permanent, part-time positions. Interested applicants must be at least 18 years old, able to lift 75 pounds and have lived in the U.
In an effort to combat transportation barriers to employment, JobLines, which aids individuals living in the central city to employment opportunities in Waukesha and Washington Counties, is hosting a series of job fairs.
On July 31, Western US rail giant Union Pacific (UNP) saw its stock set a new all-time high of $151.50. In the last week of July, the company announced a 10% dividend rise, taking its dividend per share to $0.80 from $0.73.
The online retail war is fast heating up with retailers focusing on not only faster delivery service but also affordable shipping fees.
It tracks the views of small businesses, as well. In the fourth installment of FedEx’s Trade Index, the survey showed the importance of global trade to small businesses. The FedEx Trade Index surveyed about 1,000 small business leaders in July and found that 82 percent see an increase in U.S. trade as beneficial to the economy, up 6 percentage points from a prior survey conducted in January.
(Reuters) - FedEx Corp said on Friday it would not charge customers extra fees for most packages delivered to homes during the peak holiday shopping season, except packages that are oversized, unauthorized or require additional handling. FedEx would charge $3.20 at its U.S. express business and U.S. and international ground services for a package that needs additional handling, while the surcharge on an oversized package would be $27.50. FedEx on Friday also updated its surcharges on some U.S. and international packages, effective September and January.
FedEx would charge $3.20 at its U.S. express business and U.S. and international ground services for a package that needs additional handling, while the surcharge on an oversized package would be $27.50. FedEx on Friday also updated its surcharges on some U.S. and international packages, effective September and January. The rise of e-commerce has forced UPS and FedEx to grapple with increased volumes of massive goods such as sofas and televisions that consumers are increasingly buying online.
Peak Surcharges Updated on Shipments that are Oversized, Unauthorized or Require Additional Handling