I started this.
How new UPS CEO Carol Tomé jumpstarted the stock after six years of its shares going nowhere - CNBC
- “I could get in there and swizzle the business model a little bit and create some value,” UPS CEO Carol Tomé said at the CNBC Evolve Global Summit.
- The former Home Depot CFO says the 114-year-old company had been slow to innovate, mired in bureaucracy, and since joining it has been spending more on ground delivery and growth among small and medium-sized businesses.
- Tomé says UPS also is focusing on growing employee satisfaction, which includes relaxing restrictions on hairstyles and tattoos.