Postal: Latest Headlines
A 3-2 decision of commissioners rules that the Postal Service failed to prove loss of business to competitors by keeping the class market dominant.
Five mailers groups petition the PRC to define what constitutes trivial rate increases in operational changes installed by the Postal Service.
Direct mailers and catalogers worry that the Postal Service won't be able to predict on-time delivery by the advent of the fall mailing season.
With the CPI close to zero, there's a chance for no rate hike in 2016. That could stymie operational improvements beneficial to mailers.
That's $1.4 billion less than it lost last year, however, thanks to growing package deliveries and stable Standard Mail.
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