Indian automaker Mahindra and Mahindra said on Thursday it plans to open a plant in Flint, Michigan, to make vehicles including mail delivery trucks for the US market, a move that could create up to 2,000 jobs.
One-day shipping is now the norm for Amazon's 100 million Prime members. To succeed, Amazon spends tens of billions of dollars a year and employs 250,000 workers in its U.S. warehouses. Follow the journey a Prime-eligible item takes to your door.
Amazon's biggest shopping event is here, and now one-day shipping is the norm for tens of millions of items available on Prime Day. To succeed at this rapid delivery, Amazon spends tens of billions every year and employs 250,000 workers in its U.S. warehouses. The process is an incredible challenge and Amazon has faced criticism about working conditions at every step of the process. Watch the video to hear from Amazon workers and see what happens when you buy a Prime-eligible item on Amazon.com.
As Amazon makes one-day shipping the norm for Prime members, Flex drivers help get packages the last mile to each address. CNBC spoke to these on-demand contract workers all over the country to find out what it's really like to deliver for Amazon.
As Amazon makes one-day shipping the norm for its 100 million Prime members, Flex drivers help get those packages the last mile to each address. CNBC spoke to these on-demand contract workers all over the country to find out what it's really like to deliver for Amazon. Watch the video to hear about the pay, pace of work, and how Amazon Flex works.
TuSimple CFO Cheng Lu talks with CNBC's Morgan Brennan about the self-driving trucking start-up's new partnership with USPS and how this technology could transform the trucking industry.
Amazon aims to compete with FedEx and UPS as its own logistics and shipping company. That's what analysts told CNBC after Amazon Air recently expanded to 50 planes and announced a $1.5 billion air hub opening in northern Kentucky in 2021.
CNBC's Frank Holland reports on FedEx and UPS stock movement after the big holiday retail season comes to a close.
CNBC's Frank Holland reports on recently released e-commerce numbers for the major shippers.
"We look at that as a very positive step, and we think it helps the consumer," CEO David Abney says.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the Trump administration's efforts to withdraw from a treaty with the United Postal Union.
David Abney, UPS CEO, speaks to the "Squawk on the Street" news crew about the company's transformation plan, competition and the future of the logistics and postal industry.
The suggestion that Democratic House candidate Abigail Spanberger has ties to terrorism echoes a smear campaign against Sen. John McCain.
USPS recently requested a renegotiation of their agreement with Stamps.com, and the online shipping company warned that revenue could suffer as a result.
It's a mistake that's costing the U.S. Postal Service $3.5 million — the Statue of Liberty Forever stamps released in 2010 didn't actually show New York's Lady Liberty, reports USA Today.
It's another hint that Amazon is eyeing a broader logistics play and the first time the company has ventured beyond its own transactions and shipments.
The U.S. Postal Service is tapping into the sweet scent of summer with its first scratch-and-sniff stamps — in popsicle scent, USA Today reports.
Megan Brennan, the first female to hold the role as the Postal Service's chief executive officer, has pushed back on Trump's demands, arguing that the relationship is beneficial to the USPS, The Washington Post reports.
If your identity theft worries are limited to hacking and phishing, you're missing out on a big risk: Paper. Here's how to protect yourself from "non-digital" thefts.
Jim Cramer tells investors that market swings could be a chance to reevaluate their portfolios, but not necessarily run out and buy more.