Postal Service Loses Out To Internet, Rival Shippers
By: Yuki Noguchi
December 5, 2011
The U.S. Postal Service is proposing changes to stem the billions of dollars in red ink it's accumulating. While it's trying to shore up its losses, people's preference for email and online bill-paying — along with competition from the likes of FedEx and UPS — is eating away at its core business.
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