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Submit Vote by Mail Ballots ASAP to Avoid Getting Stuck in Backlog
As the Postal Service faces backlog due to COVID-19, it's important to send in your vote by mail ballots ASAP in order for your vote to be properly counted.
Pitney Bowes and UPS Strike New Partnership
While the company has historically only partnered with USPS, Pitney Bowes has struck a deal with UPS to provide discounted UPS rates for business clients.
USPS Loyalty Program Doesn’t Beat Savings with Shipping Software
USPS has rolled out a loyalty program that offers credit when you buy a certain amount of postage, but you'll still save more money with shipping software.
Treasury Will Lend USPS $10 Billion in Exchange for Proprietary Information
The Treasury has agreed to lend USPS $10 billion in exchange for confidential information regarding Negotiated Service Agreements with third-party shippers.
UPS and FedEx Drivers Play Tag to Cope with Pandemic Stress
As they deliver more packages than ever, UPS and FedEx drivers have taken up a friendly game of tag whenever they spot each other's trucks on their routes.
The Coming Increase in Delayed USPS Packages
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has implemented a cut-off time for USPS workers to process packages, which may lead to an increase in delayed USPS packages.
Amazon Delivery Trucks are About to Get Bigger
Amazon is investing in bigger delivery trucks similar to UPS & FedEx's fleets in order to fix widespread delays that sent customers flocking to competitors.
How USPS is Benefitting from the Coronavirus Pandemic
As political leaders debate the future of the Postal Service, USPS has benefitted from the sharp rise of eCommerce packages during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Why New Postmaster General Louis DeJoy Could Be Exactly What USPS Needs
New Postmaster General Louis DeJoy looks to lead the US Postal Service back to profitability, while still staying committed to providing universal service.
eBay Executives Charged With Cyberstalking
Six former eBay executives have been charged with cyberstalking a couple who publishes opinions on an eCommerce blog, revealing plans to "take them down."
Shopify and Walmart Strike an eCommerce Partnership
Shopify and Walmart have partnered on a deal that will enable Shopify merchants to sell on Walmart.com, reaching a base of 120 million+ monthly visitors.
USPS Tops List of America’s Most Essential Companies
According to a study published on 6/12 by the Harris Poll, Americans believe that USPS tops the list of the 100 most essential companies during COVID-19.