Mail customers would accept service cuts to aid USPS

They are especially accommodating if they are aware that the agency does not draw on tax revenue — a study by the USPS inspector general has found.

Postal Service asks lawmakers for greater flexibility

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe testified before a Senate panel that the current cap on rate increases is too restrictive for the cash-strapped agency.

Will mailers be asked to pay more to help the U.S. Postal Service?

Postal Board to consider whether to request larger-than-normal rate increase for mailers

House Republicans strike bill language to force postal unions to open contracts

Key House committee tackles new proposals for postal reform

U.S. Postal Service posts $1.9 billion loss, despite efficiency efforts

Savings from efficiency measures and increased revenues in some categories of business were not enough to prevent the second quarter USPS loss.

  • Eric Yoder and Josh Hicks
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  • May 10, 2013