UPS said Friday that it is "streamlining" its US domestic management structure, leading to elimination of 1,800 management and administrative jobs this year. The delivery giant said it is "leveraging technology" to simplify its domestic small package business, which uses both air and ground, by dividing the US into three regions from April instead of the current five. It said 1,100 of the workers to be cut will be offered a "voluntary separation package." Chairman and CEO Scott Davis said ...

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