Cellular News  May 17  Comment 
Smart has been at the forefront of emergency preparedness and response in the Philippines, employing technology and communications as aid. The company has pioneered programs and mobile solutions to promote disaster resilience under its #SafePH...
New York Times  May 17  Comment 
Kevin Reilly, a veteran network executive, aims to transform two cable networks that have come to be known for the repeats they carry.
DailyFinance  May 1  Comment 
Filed under: Entertainment, TV, TV News TNT has shut down production on The Last Ship while star Eric Dane seeks treatment for depression, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Read more...   Permalink | Email...
Forbes  Mar 21  Comment 
FedEx will be chewing the $5 billion bite it took last May for the next four years.
Benzinga  Mar 15  Comment 
UBS expects an in-line to modest downside EPS from FedEx (NYSE: FDX) when it reports its third quarter earnings on March 21. Analyst Thomas Wadewitz, who has a Buy rating on shares, expects EPS of $2.55 versus consensus estimate of $2.62. The...
Yahoo  Mar 7  Comment 
An EU court agreed with United Parcel Service (UPS.N) on Tuesday that the EU had wrongly blocked its takeover of Dutch peer TNT four years ago, potentially allowing the world's largest package delivery company to sue regulators for damages. The...
DailyFinance  Jan 31  Comment 
Filed under: Sports, Sports, Sports News LeBron James finally snapped over TNT analyst and Hall of Famer Charles Barkley's frequent criticisms. Barkley has long been critical of James, taking him to task for several issues, including his...
DailyFinance  Jan 2  Comment 
Filed under: Sports, Sports News Among the biggest dishonors in the NBA today is making Shaquille O'Neal's popular blooper reel "Shaqin' a Fool." The weekly blooper reel for TNT and NBA TV plays that week's biggest mistakes in the NBA and...


TNT N.V. (TNT) is engaged in the business of transferring goods and documents globally tailored to its customer requirements with a focus on pick up and delivery. TNT picks up, transports, sorts, handles, stores and delivers documents, packets, parcels, and freight by combining physical infrastructures, such as depots and trucks, electronic infrastructures, such as billing and track-and-trace systems, and commercial infrastructures for customers. The Company manages its business through two divisions: Express and Mail, and through the business entity Other Networks. The Express division provides door-to-door express delivery services for customers sending documents, parcels and freight worldwide. The Mail division provides services for collecting, sorting, transporting and distributing domestic and international mail. The Other Networks performs special services that require deliveries during the night to individually agreed delivery points.


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