Not since the mail crisis of the 1960s, when the Chicago Post Office ground to a halt and citizens lost confidence in the mail, has the fate of the nation’s postal system captured the attention of the American public. That crisis 40 years ago provided the impetus for Congress, the administration, and postal management to work toward a massive overhaul of a system steeped in neglect and patronage.
A microbusiness is just what its name implies. Very small. As in nine employees or less. But don’t let size fool you — microbusinesses are essential to the U.S. economy, making up roughly 75 percent of private businesses.
You can find microbusinesses in agriculture, law, and online...Read More