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Wow... your attack is slightly nauseating. Your opinion is valid. I agree with the notion that monopolies do not foster a healthy economy. However, I do not feel it necessary to call your thoughts and views "indecent" just because I disagree with some of them.
I clearly need to research into this further, but this thread is in direct response to speaking with local workers who are directly suffering pay cuts and not pay raises.
Just wanted to add that he saved me from paying $200 for new car keys after I thought I lost them post-alcohol rage!! Still stoked on this.
Also, arguing and debate aside (I didn't intend to start a shit storm).... man, do I love sending and receiving mail! I'd offer to send everyone mail, but.... apparently I'd be supporting injustice of sorts.
Also lol at my karma rapidly going downwards
Keep in mind you are paying taxes to keep this failure operational...let them fail and let the free market decide! You're feelings of nostalgia will still remain intact when sending/receiving mail, because snail-mail isn't going anywhere.
If a company isn’t economically or socially viable it has to fail. That’s basically what capitalism is right? I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. You have to attribute a majority of this to poor management. If your company is losing market share you just sit back and raise your prices like they continue to do to stamps to maintain revenue-youre doing someting wrong. Its common sense you adapt to changing times. They should have gotten involved with secure online bill paying 10 years ago. They should of somehow cornered that market before it exploded. Not sure exactly how by that’s why I’m not a ceo yet.
Huge manufactures of extinct technologies go under if they don’t adapt to current markets. It’s just the cyclicality of business. Dell is down around 150 percent from its highs in the late 1990’s. The let apple walk in and did nothing about it. Sprint is down 1000’s of % since its high in the early 2000’s then throughout the mid 2000’s, and will not likely recover. It happens constantly.
You have to feel for people that lose their jobs but companies can’t be stagnant, if so you die. Business 101. The USPS could go down in history IMO as one of the worst run ‘corporations’ of all time. Then again it ran by the govt so what would you expect.