UPS reported third-quarter net income of $1.08 billion, up 3.7% over a net profit of $1.04 billion in the year-ago quarter, as a strong performance in the international sector compensated for a slowing US market. "Once again, UPS's balanced network around the globe produced solid results even in the face of a lackluster US economy," Vice Chairman and CFO Scott Davis said. "Fourth-quarter results will be driven by good performance in our international operations." Revenue rose 4.7% to $12.21 ...

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