- A pilot program by the USPS to open up retail centers inside of Staples stores continues to draw the ire of postal labor unions.
- The company uses its own employees to staff the centers.
- Despite the criticism from the unions, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe says the initiative isn't a privatization play.
- The partnership only covers 84 stores, but could be expanded aggressively.
Staples goes postal
Jan 19 2014, 19:11 ET