Feargal Quinn: Why there’s still hope for An Post rescue
The postal authority’s latest moves to stem the decline should be welcomed
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was said to have been impressed at An Post’s success in delivering to him a letter which bore a very vague postal address. I’m not normally a man for oneupmanship, but I am even more impressed of late with the direction that An Post seems to be moving in.
Not content with one revolutionary announcement, An Post went for the jugular with two big announcements in recent weeks....
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