A fiction writer's surreal take on the COVID-19 economy imagines a world where delivery vans arrive and confiscate your things.
In the grocery wars, every innovation counts.
The new rules still block large vehicles, meaning companies testing driverless big rigs have to look elsewhere.
The World Economic Forum says there could be 36% more delivery vehicles on the roads over the next decade.
Increasing demand for faster deliveries is part of what’s driving companies to experiment.
This year's late Thanksgiving has put shippers on alert. They're reminding customers to send their gifts early.
"Porch pirates" took parcels from nearly 26 million Americans in 2017.
Food delivery apps offer consumers a wider variety of eat-at-home options.
The retailer says its associates will do the shopping for you, from its aisles to your kitchen.
UPS expects to deliver more than 800 million packages on time this holiday season with the help of new super hubs.