FedEx Corp. reported a net income of $471 million for the fiscal second quarter ended Nov. 30, a 33% rise from the $354 million earned in the year-ago quarter that Chairman, President and CEO Frederick Smith attributed to "customer demand. . .a disciplined pricing approach [and] solid economic growth year-over-year in the US and Asian economies." Operating income totaled $790 million, a 32% jump over 2004. Revenues rose 10% to $8.09 billion against an 8% increase in expenses to $7.3 ...

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