A recent study from a Washington think tank argues the U.S. Postal Service should provide only last-mile delivery of mail and open all other aspects of the mail system to competition. The report from the non-partisan Information Technology and Innovation Foundation came to a similar conclusion as an earlier proposal from a group of four mailing industry leaders who released a concept paper that also proposed a public-private partnership with the Postal Service focusing on final delivery. Those authors envisioned that this so-called hybrid model would encourage innovation and efficiency.
Forget True Detective. A noir-ish saga is unfolding in the advertising world, complete with favoritism, kickbacks, and shady deals. Who wants the movie rights?
A new report from the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), which represents many of the largest advertisers, found...Read More