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Merry Christmas Classics from Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra (VIDEOS)

Among the popular videos trending is Dean Martin -- Let is Snow! and Frank Sinatra -- I'll Be Home for Christmas submitted by Wolfreys44. Both provide music with the stars mixed with images of classic Christmas postcards. Each has had more than 1.5 million views so far -- proving that holiday classics and traditions still reign this time of year.

FedEx Delivery Over Fence (See VIDEO)

Millions have watched the video-gone-viral, taking particular note as FedEx is so vital at this time for holiday deliveries. And, the company has responded. FedEx said it replaced the customer's computer monitor that was tossed so roughly in the odd delivery and shared the video with employees as a means of showing what not to do.

UPS Driver Throwing Packages Caught on Video [VIDEOS]

It's an angry holiday season for couriers delivering packages this year. Just days after a Fed Ex worker was caught on video throwing a package over a fence, a UPS driver was caught red handed giving the finger before throwing a package at a door.

FedEx Delivery Over Fence: Company Responds (See VIDEO)

According to the company statement, FedEx said, The situation has now been resolved to the customer's satisfaction, and we are handling the employee according to our disciplinary policies...While we continue to be surprised about the behavior shown, we know this is an aberration and is not reflective of the outstanding FedEx customer service that makes us proud around the world.

FedEx Throws TV Monitor in Delivery (See VIDEO)

FedEx is busy with deliveries this holiday season, as usual. But apparently not all deliveries are made the way customers, or even Fred Smith's FedEx might like. A video posted on YouTube titled FedEx guy throwing my computer monitor is getting lots of play on the Internet and discussions through sites like reddit.com

Free Shipping Day: Tips and Where to Find the Deals

More than 2,500 merchants hope to take advantage of last minute consumers by participating in Free Shipping Day Friday with the promise of delivery by Christmas Eve. To shop, find deals and explore merchants participating in Free Shipping Day, go to FreeShippingDay.com.

World Stocks Rise from 3-Week Low

World stocks rose on Friday after upbeat U.S. data and corporate results, while concerns over the European banking sector and nervousness about potential ratings downgrades in European sovereign debt underpinned German government bonds.

Asian Shares and Euro Gain on Upbeat U.S. Data

Asian shares rose and the euro edged higher Friday, as signs of strength in the U.S. economy temporarily broke through gloom over the European debt crisis that had driven a selloff in riskier assets over the past three days.

Global Markets Are On Edge

This lack of action by central banks has clearly contributed to the pervasive negative mood felt by most investors.

FedEx profit beats Street, updating Boeing fleet

FedEx Corp beat its quarterly profit forecasts and is updating its fleet with fuel-efficient Boeing aircraft while delaying delivery of other new planes to cut overall costs, driving its shares up nearly 8 percent.

Market gains as data overshadows IMF warning

Stocks rose on Thursday as signs of strength in the economy and higher-than-expected profit at FedEx outweighed a stark warning from the IMF about inaction over Europe's debt crisis.

FedEx Profit Beats Street

FedEx Corp. reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit and said it is buying 27 new Boeing aircraft to update its fleet for fuel efficiency and cost savings.

FedEx profit beats Street

FedEx Corp reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit and said it is buying 27 new Boeing aircraft to update its fleet for fuel efficiency and cost savings.

Futures Rise Ahead of Data, FedEx Jumps

Stock index futures rose on Thursday, following three days of market losses and ahead of a batch of data including industrial production, jobless claims and New York manufacturing.

Futures rise ahead of data, FedEx jumps

Stock index futures rose on Thursday, following three days of market losses and ahead of a batch of data including industrial production, jobless claims and New York manufacturing.

Army-Navy Game 2011: Midshipmen Rule, But Army Fights to the End

Playing in a new venue in Maryland, the president was on hand to see Navy win its 10th straight in the historical series, as the Midshipmen rushed for 296 yards and took advantage of three Army turnovers to win 27-21. But the game was closer than many expected, as Navy had to kick two fourth-quarter field goals to hold off the scrappy Black Knights.

U.S. Postal Service Cutbacks Likely to Slow Mail Delivery

In the financial crisis-era, with its constrained public revenue from a smaller U.S. workforce, almost every government agency is forced to belt-tighten -- including the U.S. Postal Service, which will implement historic cutbacks starting in the spring of 2012.

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