Source: Boston Business Journal
quote: Cutting mail delivery down to five days per week will save USPS about $2 billion annually. For fiscal 2012, USPS saw a net loss of $15.9 billion (three times the loss record one year previous).
quote: Good afternoon Mr. Negative
quote: today is Febuary 6th and guess what its still sitting there.
quote: So, go get it. You've known where it is for 10 days. If it's that important go get it.
quote: I don't agree with #2, that is the only thing keeping them alive is bulk mailers.
quote: A lot of the time you can do this sort of thing and wind up making the same overall revenue number, but have much better margin on it.
quote: Make it cost more to send bulk mail, and the volume goes down - meaning you need fewer resources to process it.
quote: The USPS attitude about bulk mailers seems to be we loose money on every transaction but we'll make it up in volume.
quote: 7. Stop using FEDEX as your #1 supplier, by a HUGE margin. Not sure, but when your direct competitor is your top supplier there are some pretty big f'in problems.
quote: We need our government to run leaner and stop wasting the billions of dollars each year.
quote: The USPS costs taxpayers nothing.
quote: Plus hours upon hours of Congress's time (which isn't needed to begin with )