FedEx Corporation: Structural Transformation Through e-Business

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FedEx also has grown much with its active acquisitions of companies that serve transportation and the supply chain of goods. In 1998, FedEx acquired Caliber and its subsidiaries. The acquisition gave FedEx a sure advantage that it is now capable to providing more transportation services to other segments upstream in the supply chain...
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Along with internet and e-business, FedEx seize the opportunity to collaborate with customers in providing full supply chain management system. However, in the midst of acquisition and maintaining competitive advantage on technologies, FedEx’s profits have not been as per expectation. To maintain its competitive advantages, FedEx also sees its cost soaring upwards...
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