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Stamps.com

(Stamps.com, Los Angeles, CA, www.stamps.com) A PC Postage service that lets you print U.S. postage stamps on your own printer. It was one of the first such services approved by the U.S. Postal Service, and by 2008, the business boasted 350,000 monthly subscribers, many of them small businesses and home office users. In order to print stamps, you must be on the Internet and use the Stamps.com software. See PC Postage and E-Stamp.
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25 March 2015 - US-based Internet mailing and shipping solutions company Stamps.
The acquisition of ShipWorks represents another strategic investment in our high volume and ecommerce shipping business," said Ken McBride, Stamps.
When the address labels have been printed, the user will see an offer to purchase postage for the project from Stamps.
McBride has been chief financial officer of Stamps.
If you hate waiting on long lines at your local post office, then Stamps.
17 June 2014 - US Internet-based postage services provider Stamps.
Although we have nearly $300 million in cash reserves, today's competitive environment demands that we operate our business at maximum efficiency,'' said Stamps.
CHRISTIE, PARKER & HALE OBTAINS IMPORTANT CRYPTOGRAPHIC PATENT FOR STAMPS.
com[R] (Nasdaq:STMP), the intelligent alternative to a postage meter, today announced an alliance that will bring a best-in-class, co-branded service to small business users and consumers who will be able to print official postage using Stamps.
com[R] (Nasdaq:STMP), the intelligent alternative to a postage meter, today announced that FORTUNE Small Business magazine ranked Stamps.
Under the new NOL Protective Measures, there is no change to the way that existing Stamps.