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November 15, 2018

High Energy, Big Smiles, and 14,000 packages for Troops Abroad

This holiday season, over 300 FedEx team members packed more than 14,000 “Holiday for Heroes” packages for troops abroad.

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September 20, 2018

One Year After Hurricane Maria

One year ago, Hurricane Maria swept across Puerto Rico with winds up to 155 mph, devastating the island of 3.4 million residents.

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September 19, 2018

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we highlight three of our Hispanic leaders who discuss their career journeys, personal manifestos, and thoughts on diversity and inclusion.

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September 18, 2018

Rene Bustamante

Over the 24 years he’s been at FedEx, Staff VP of Global Cash Management Rene Bustamante has mastered the balancing act between his professional love for economics and his personal devotion to helping others through education, mentorship, and coaching. We talked with him about why he’s so passionate about helping others while also excelling professionally.

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September 17, 2018

Flood of the Century Causes Devastation in India

More than 80 inches of rain have fallen in Kerala, resulting in the worst flood to hit the state in 100 years.

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August 2, 2018

Two Decades in the Making, a FedEx Aviation Career Takes Off

Abby Jakey began guiding her aviation career toward FedEx Express 20 years ago.

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June 29, 2018

From Robots to IT: How One FIRST Mentor Got a New Job at FedEx

When a FIRST Mentor saw FedEx robots in action at FIRST Championship, he was intrigued...and before long he found himself with a new job as a FedEx software developer.

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June 21, 2018

10 Essentials for Surviving in the Great Outdoors

“Sometimes people think they are going on a short day hike and just don’t take the time to prepare.” It’s a regular scenario for Jeff Salzer, a FedEx Trade Networks team member who also volunteers as a search and rescue volunteer in Pierce County, Washington. The rough terrain, which is not far from Mt. Rainier,

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