UPS PAYING $8.4 MILLION TO SETTLE OVERCHARGE CLAIMS

UPS Inc (NYSE: UPS) has agreed to pay $8.4 million to resolve a civil dispute with the U.S. Government over allegations the company overcharged federal agencies for ground package deliveries. read more

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