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UPS Board Increases Quarterly Dividend

The UPS (NYSE: UPS) Board of Directors today increased its regular quarterly dividend to $1.01 per share on all outstanding Class A and Class B shares.

The dividend is payable March 10, 2020 to shareowners of record on Feb. 25, 2020.

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UPS employee charged with stealing guns during delivery – Citizen Times

A former UPS employee who police say texted his wife, “Take the guns and kids and run.” has been charged with stealing firearms meant to be shipped to local stores.

Matthew Scott Nunes, 32, of Hendersonville, has been charged with five counts of larceny of a firearm for allegedly stealing five firearms, including an AR 15. According to an arrest warrant, the guns were in transit from the UPS shipping facility in Asheville to three stores: On Target Shooting Range, Prices Creek General Store and Cherokee Trading Post. Each charge is a felony.

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UPS, pilot’s union reach agreement on 2-year contract extension – MSN

United Parcel Service Inc. and the Independent Pilot’s Association have reached a tentative agreement on a two-year contract extension, our media partner Louisville Business First reports.

The union represents the company’s 2,959 flight crew members, and the tentative agreement focuses on wage and retirement increases. At this point in negotiations details of the contract are not being disclosed to the public.

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Man dead in conveyor belt accident at UPS facility in KCMO – KSHB

One man died Monday night in a conveyor belt accident at a UPS facility in Kansas City, Missouri.

The incident happened around 6 p.m. at 1010 North Century Drive, which just south of Front Street and just east of Interstate 435.

KCPD confirmed that emergency crews responded to the scene, where the unidentified man was pronounced dead.

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UPS driver delivers lost wallet to New York woman’s home – UPI

A New York woman who lost her wallet during a trip to the store had the lost item returned with all of its contents intact by a UPS driver who went above and beyond the call of duty.

Beth Cefalu of Eltingville, Staten Island, said she apparently lost her wallet while on her way to a store Thursday.

Cefalu said she didn’t cancel any of the cards inside the wallet in case it turned up somewhere inside her apartment.

She said she was about to give up the search when a call from her boyfriend brought relief.