UPS reported second-quarter net income of $1.1 billion, slightly improved over net earnings of $1.06 billion in the year-ago quarter, citing gains in its air-driven international business including a 14% jump in international export revenue. "Strong gains in our international package segment offset a lack of growth in the US business," Chairman and CEO Mike Eskew said. Revenue increased 3.8% to $12.19 billion as operating profit lifted 4.1% to $1.77 billion. The parcel delivery giant said ...

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