UPS, boosted by a significant gain from international package revenue, reported a 20.5% increase in net income to $986 million in the second quarter ended June 30 compared to net income of $818 million in the year-ago period. "UPS is a company that's on the move," Chairman and CEO Mike Eskew said. "Our US domestic volume climbed well above our expectations. And the international segment's performance was outstanding, with export volume growth exceeding 18%." Total revenue rose 14.9% to ...

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