UPS Chairman and CEO Mike Eskew will retire at the end of the year and be succeeded by Vice Chairman and CFO Scott Davis, the parcel delivery giant said yesterday. Davis, 55, joined UPS in 1986 when it acquired technology company II Morrow, of which he was CEO. He served in positions of increasing responsibility in finance and accounting before assuming the role of CFO in 2001. He was named vice chairman and elected to the UPS board in 2006. "Over the past several years, Scott has worked ...

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