The logistics industry—long dominated by UPS, FedEx and USPS—is officially under attack from the technology sector.
All right, it's been done before, but not for a while: Nickelodeon is partnering with the ever-embattled U.S.
The U.S. Postal Service backed down from its plan to cut Saturday delivery in August. So for now, at least through Sept. 30, Saturday delivery is safe.
Interpublic Group retained its hold on the United States Postal Service, with the mail carrier awarding its creative business to McCann Erickson, according to sources. Sources said that the other contenders included Havas Worldwide, Grey, JWT and another Interpublic shop, Draftfcb.
If the financially strapped U.S. Postal Service wants to cut delivery down to weekdays, it's going to have to convince Congress to pass a law. That's according to the legal opinion from the Government Accountability Office.
The U.S. Postal Service has financial, structural and, yes, existential issues to deal with, yet it’s still scrutinizing its advertising. And, at 13 months and counting, the mail giant’s ongoing review of its ad account has surpassed last year’s marathon ExxonMobil search and threatens to leapfrog all-time sagas like the U.S.