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September 9, 1999 | Bloomberg News
John W. Alden, the No. 2 executive at closely held United Parcel Service of America Inc., plans to retire early next year, shortly after the company's planned $3-billion initial public offering. Alden, 57, is vice chairman, in charge of strategic planning, sales, marketing, logistics and customer service. He joined Atlanta-based UPS in 1965. UPS won't immediately replace Alden, though it promoted Michael L. Eskew, senior vice president of engineering, to executive vice president.
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September 9, 1999 | Bloomberg News
John W. Alden, the No. 2 executive at closely held United Parcel Service of America Inc., plans to retire early next year, shortly after the company's planned $3-billion initial public offering. Alden, 57, is vice chairman, in charge of strategic planning, sales, marketing, logistics and customer service. He joined Atlanta-based UPS in 1965. UPS won't immediately replace Alden, though it promoted Michael L. Eskew, senior vice president of engineering, to executive vice president.
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July 27, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Teamsters Union and United Parcel Services of America Inc. agreed to extend a deadline for voting on a new contract, delaying the threat of a nationwide strike. The union initially told the company, headquartered in Greenwich, Conn., it would strike if a new three-year contract wasn't approved by next Tuesday, when the old pact expires, a UPS spokesman said. But he said the union needed more time to get all its members to vote on the proposal.
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