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Feds, 2 companies settle case over job ads

Two southern Kentucky companies are permanently barred from selling or promoting guides to jobs and must surrender a series of bank accounts to the government under a pair of settlements with the Federal Trade Commission. Full story

Electronic filing means smaller crowds on tax day in New York

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Taxpayers lined up at New York City's main post office to mail their returns on Monday, but the crowds were a far cry from the days when masseurs once offered back rubs and stilt walkers entertained last-minute filers. Full story

Postal workers fighting to keep Saturday delivery

   Demonstrators turned out at post offices around the country Sunday to protest planned cutbacks in mail service. The U.S. Postal Service says it lost $16 billion last year and would save $2 billion by stopping delivery of first-class mail on Saturday, though packages would still be delivered.

Will You Miss the Mailman on Saturdays? 3 Workarounds to Consider

When the U.S. Postal Service cancels Saturday first-class mail delivery in August, you can ensure your business workflow continues uninterrupted. Full story

USPS to begin Sunday package delivery

   In an exclusive interview with MSNBC’s Craig Melvin, Postmaster General of the United States Patrick Donahoe talks about the future of the U.S. Postal Service—and says the organization will soon start delivering packages on Sundays.

Craig Melvin toasts longevity

   Craig Melvin toasts longevity – and shares a story from his own family history that speaks to the middle class – and the federal government’s role in keeping it alive.

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