QUOTE AND NEWS  Jun 29  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- FedEx has requested that the European Union's competition regulator approve the package delivery service company's $4.9 billion offer to acquire its Dutch competitor TNT Express , Reuters reports. Shares of FedEx...
Reuters  Jun 29  Comment 
European Union antitrust regulators will rule by Aug. 3 whether to clear U.S. package delivery service company FedEx's 4.4-billion-euro ($4.9 billion) bid for Dutch peer...
Yahoo  Jun 26  Comment 
FedEx (FDX.N) has asked the European Union's competition regulator to approve its 4.4-billion-euro ($4.9 billion) bid for Dutch rival TNT Express (TNTE.AS), the U.S. package delivery service company. The deal, which will combine FedEx's air fleet...
Forbes  Jun 19  Comment 
'Falling Skies' returns next week for its final season on TNT, but is it going to make the last 5 seasons worth the journey?  Jun 15  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Since hitting its 2015 low of $164.51 on March 27, shares of global transportation giant FedEx have delivered more than 11% gains to its shareholders, culminating in a 52-week high of $183.03 on June 5. And if you're...
Forbes  Jun 2  Comment 
FedEx’s TNT acquisition should lead to a massive increase in its market share in Europe. According to 2013 data, FedEx is one of the smallest logistics integrators in Europe with a market share of 5%. One of the major risks that FedEx faces with...
Forbes  May 28  Comment 
The 2015 NBA postseason's semifinal round was the league's shortest since 1986, which is bad news for the networks relying on the games to bring in millions of viewers.  May 11  Comment 
Company formerly known as TNT employs about 2,000 workers on postal delivery business in London, Liverpool and Manchester in competition to Royal Mail Postal firm Whistl has suspended deliveries after private equity backer LDC pulled out of...


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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