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Ina Steiner is co-founder and Editor of EcommerceBytes and has been reporting on ecommerce since 1999. She's a widely cited authority on marketplace selling and is author of "Turn eBay Data Into Dollars" (McGraw-Hill 2006). Her blog was featured in the book, "Blogging Heroes" (Wiley 2008). Follow her on Twitter at @ecommercebytes and send news tips to ina@ecommercebytes.com.

3 thoughts on “USPS Says Treasury Is Not the Boss of Me”

  1. The arrogance of the so called leaders of the USPS actually outdoes the arrogance of Ebay. Hope the treasury cancels the money they deserve a wake up call.

  2. USPS “Yea, so if we want to give Amazon, and China a free ridge we will, nothing you taxpayers can do about it”. “we will take the difference from you whenever you want to mail something”

  3. It seems to me, and this is just my opinion, that a business that is sadly failing financially and wishes to borrow money would by necessity need to disclose financial agreements to the lender. And to have requirements placed upon them as to how the money is to be spent. Borrowers can’t be fussy.

    Personally, I don’t believe the agreements with top corporations and foreign entities were made in the best interest of the United States.

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