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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.

USPS officials project a slim cushion to protect the agency in the event of an unexpected downturn.

USPS lost $740 million during the third quarter, but the number represents an improvement over the first half of the year.

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
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