UPS 747-400. Photo: Courtesy, UPS. UPS on Tuesday reported 2010 net income of $3.49 billion, up 62.1% over a $2.15 billion profit in 2009 and surpassing its 2008 net profit of $3 billion. Chairman and CEO Scott Davis signaled that the delivery giant is optimistic about the global economy, particularly in developing regions, citing "opportunities we see in 2011 as UPS continues to expand into emerging markets." Fourth-quarter net income was $1.12 billion, up 47.8% over a ...

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