Lost in the mail?
Lost in the mail?
If the USPS were a public company, it would rank 33rd on the Fortune 500. In 2006, revenue started to fall as its customers moved bills, greetings, and ads online.


By Alex Konrad, reporter @FortuneMagazine - Last updated December 07 2011: 6:07 AM ET
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What to do with the postal service

Just about everyone knows that the postal service needs a makeover. The real challenge is in pushing reform through the legislative system.

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