Free 3-to-5-day shipping on all orders from Target commences immediately. Other top retailers still require order minimums.
Backers of the Carper-Coburn Act give Senate colleagues grounds for placing the Postal Service at the tops of their post-election agendas.
The Postal Service takes advantage of new dimensional pricing to seize commercial package and shipping business.
Uncertain over exigency's fate, Donahoe says Postal Board of Governors will delay any appeal for an increase until later in the year.
It also points to advertising mail as the key to growth, making a subtle case for the continuation of exigency.
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Direct mail is far from obsolete, and investing in it could save the USPS.
The Postal Service can be saved without raising rates or cutting critical services.
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