Should You Buy UPS After Recent Correction? – Guru Focus

United Parcel Service’s (UPS) stock price has corrected over 12% since the beginning of this year. The company has seen buying from top gurus like Bill Gates and Ken Heebner last quarter. One can now buy the stock at a price lower than what these gurus paid for it . UPS’ valuation is attractive and it has good growth prospects. Here’s a look at the company in detail.

Has United Parcel Service Inc. Become Less Productive? – Motley Fool

All told, despite the significant changes in end demand since the recession, UPS productivity has held up quite well on an underlying basis. That’s the good news. However, using adjusted figures can be misleading if it turns out there’s a structural problem with UPS’s network that will cause recurring difficulties in dealing with peak demand during the holiday period.

Meanwhile, international package productivity is somewhat subject to developments in global trade policies. On balance, provided UPS demonstrates it can successfully deal with peak demand, the changing environment doesn’t seem to have had a major impact on its ROA.

Boardman police investigate alleged threat at UPS terminal – WFMJ

Township Police were summoned to the United Parcel Service terminal on Karago Avenue Monday after an employee allegedly threatened the lives of fellow workers.

The UPS manager told officers that as an employee was clocking out she began shouting, “I will come back and kill you all.”

Before leaving, she then allegedly told one of the workers present which of her fellow employees would be safe.

The Helping Drone

How drone technology is being used for humanitarian relief.

Looking forward, drones can help save lives during search and rescue missions. Whether used to assess a damaged building to see when and how to send in help, deliver critical aid including medicine and water, or relay Wi-Fi and cellular phone service, drones can quickly assist. When time is of the essence, drones can help define where to put resources and people – and where to prioritize.

UPS Mobile App Now Available in 16 Countries

Users can track packages and send packages directly to alternate delivery locations via mobile device

The UPS Mobile™ App for Apple iPhone® and Android™ devices is now available to businesses and consumers in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Puerto Rico, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. The app has been a successful tool helping businesses and online shoppers manage their shipments and deliveries since 2011 in Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States.