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UPS

UPS

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Delivery

Location

Atlanta

Industry Ranking

1

Previous Industry Ranking

3

Previous Top 50 Ranking

33

Overall Score

6.65

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Key Attributes of Reputation
Industry Rank
Innovation1
People Management2
Use of Corporate Assets1
Social Responsibility1
Quality of Management2
Financial Soundness2
Long-Term Investment Value1
Quality of Products/Services1
Global Competitiveness2
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News about UPS

UPS Wants 25% of Its Fleet to Be Environmentally-Friendly by 2020

The company hopes to draw 40% of its fuel from alternative sources by 2025.

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How Logos Became the Most Important Quarter-Inch in Business

No longer just a visual symbol, they’re now icons that people touch—and can get incensed about.

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Walmart Recruits Its Store Workers to Make Deliveries on Their Drive Home

Walmart Recruits Its Store Workers to Make Deliveries on Their Way Home

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UPS Fined $247 Million Over Illegal Cigarette Shipments

The court said it was "troubled" by the UPS' "consistent unwillingness to acknowledge its errors."

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This Startup Wants to Deliver You Your Groceries

Deliv is unveiling a new service to deliver food for grocery stores and food companies.

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Videos about UPS

Where Size Matters: The Evolution of Corporate Logos

No longer just a visual symbol, they’re now icons that people touch—and real estate is limited.

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UPS Tests At-Home Delivery By Drone In Florida

The company hopes this will be a move toward more automated delivery.

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No, Robots Won’t Take All of Our Jobs

Some things will always require a human touch

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Is hacked the new normal?

Cyber attacks are becoming a reoccurring problem for big companies. Fortune's Andrew Nusca and Robert Hackett discuss cyber security on this week's Tech Debate.

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