Amazon Looking to Fund Entrepreneurs Who Want to Deliver its Packages

Amazon has announced the launch of a new program that allows entrepreneurs to build their own businesses delivering Amazon’s packages. Successful owners, the company says, can earn as much as $300,000 operating a fleet of up to forty delivery vehicles. The move is seen as a play against package-delivery giants UPS, FedEx and DHL. “We […]

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FedEx Pushes Back on Calls to Cut Ties with NRA – “We Do Not Deny Service Because of Political Views or Policy Positions”

Federal Express, the worldwide package delivery service, has announced that it will not be severing ties with the National Rifle Association, despite public demands for it to do so.  In the wake of the deadly Parkland, FL, school shooting, many public voices have called on corporations to cut ties with the gun-rights group. Hertz, Avis, […]

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Amazon Rolls Out Delivery Service That Would Compete with FedEx, UPS

Amazon is testing a delivery service that would compete with shipping giants UPS and FedEx, it was announced today.  The service is being tested in Los Angeles and would only be available to businesses selling goods on Amazon’s platform, to start. Under the new service, “Shipping with Amazon,” Amazon would send a truck to pick […]

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