SourceLink, an industry-leading multichannel marketing services firm and statement solutions provider, was selected to be part of a limited pilot program to test and implement the US Postal Service's Informed Visibility (IV) initiative,
As Kermit the Frog sang, it’s not easy being green. Well, Kermit, try achieving corporate sustainability. It’s more than just “going green.” It generally means giving consideration to the environmental, economic, and social impact of a company's business practices.
As many times as the United States Postal Service has responded to Steve Pociask’s musings about the agency’s fiscal situation, we’re once again finding ourselves in the position of having to correct his myriad misstatements.
Imagine paying for a service, then later receiving a bill because the company says you didn’t pay enough. That’s the discomfiture online sellers may start experiencing due to a change at the US Postal Service.
A United States Postal Service spokesman confirmed that the agency is looking into complaints about photos and comments posted by postmaster Michael Angelo Ciano on his personal page.
“The Postal Service — not SFS — has instituted no longer accepting foreign credit cards in order to prevent fraud and protect our assets,” said the Aug. 18 statement.
Most people get mail every day, Monday through Saturday. But what happens when the mail comes later than we expect?
Hey, Amazon: you aren't the only one who pictures blimps full of delivery drones.
A pair of goons threatened a mail carrier in the East Village with a hammer as they robbed him, police said Saturday.
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The United States Postal Service is an aging, but still powerful, beast. Under federal law, America’s mailboxes are the sole domain of the USPS, and many types of mail can only legally be delivered by the Postal Service. Indeed, by most any definition, the USPS is a monopoly, and if nothing else, it certainly acts like one.
BUFFALO, N.Y. - The United States Postal Service prides itself on delivering the mail in the harshest of conditions. "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night" is supposed to slow a mail carrier, according to the agency's unofficial motto.
OLDSMAR (FOX 13) - In broad daylight, there's no sign of them. But, at dusk, they take flight. The Oldsmar Post Office is undergoing renovations, and with that, it's given bats a way in.
A man described by neighbors as a longtime resident and postal employee was dead. Before the shots there was a standoff. Police were called about two hours earlier.
The Postal Service is aware of the situation and the U.S. Inspection Service and Office of Inspector General are engaged and investigating.