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Absolutely, Positively: Inside FedEx's Command Center

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FedEx is not just the company’s name but a verb Americans use every day to describe what you do when something “absolutely, positively has to be there overnight,” as the company’s slogan advertised starting in 1978. FedEx Flow Control Agent Antonio Vance explains how he's challenged on a night to night basis to get overnight packages delivered on time.