Masked customers browsed Bronner's Christmas Wonderland store in Frankenmuth, Mich., in early December.

Holiday Shoppers Steered Clear of Stores, Favoring Online Buying

By: Sarah Nassauer
Source: Wall Street Journal
Date of Publication: December 26th, 2020
During a remade shopping season, many Americans ditched stores for digital outlets. And pandemic buying trends that favored household goods and food over apparel continued, according to early sales data from firms that track shopper spending.

FedEx is upgrading its tech for a holiday season in pandemic times

By: Rob Pegoraro
Source: Fast Company
Date of Publication: November 4th, 2020
With people depending on deliveries more than ever, FedEx is calling in robots and adopting other gadgets to efficiently get packages where they’re going.
Workers at Pfizer’s Kalamazoo, Mich. freezer farm

Pfizer Sets Up Its ‘Biggest Ever’ Vaccination Distribution Campaign

By: Costas Paris and Jared S. Hopkins
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Date of Publication: October 21st, 2020
The U.S. pharmaceutical giant is preparing to ship billions of Covid-19 vaccines using frozen boxes, cargo planes and trucks in a mega logistics operation.
International Medical Corps prepares for COVID-19 surge

International Medical Corps prepares for COVID-19 surge- FedEx

By: FedEx
Source: FedEx cares
International Medical Corps and Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital partner to prepare for COVID-19 surge with the help of FedEx.
FedEx CEO is "more optimistic than most" on industrial rebound.

FedEx CEO is ‘more optimistic than most’ on industrial rebound

By: Thomas Black
Source: BNN Bloomberg
Date of Publication: May 14th, 2020
"FedEx Corp. is seeing a recovery of industrial shipments and hiring 4,000 workers a week to handle a flood of e-commerce packages, making Chief Executive Officer Fred Smith 'more optimistic than most' about an economic rebound."