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APS board approves contract with executive search firm
In its efforts to hire a new executive director, the American Philatelic Society’s board of directors on Feb. 19 voted to approve a contract with the Moran Co., a nonprofit executive search firm in Leawood, Kan. (Read more...)

Stamps return to 'Jeopardy!'
As it does from time to time, the long-running television game show Jeopardy! introduced a new stamp category for the episode broadcast Feb. 17: "Singers on Postage Stamps." (Read more...)

London London's four-day Stampex show opens Feb. 18
The popular spring Stampex show for 2015 will open Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 11:30 a.m. (Read more...)

USPS experiences computer outage
Another computer problem caused problems in a number of post offices and shut off e-mails for about two days, according to the United States Postal Service. (Read more...)

APS board to hire executive search firm
In its effort to find a new executive director, the American Philatelic Society's board of directors is now working out terms with an executive search firm to find a suitable individual to lead the organization. (Read more...)

Boston to host international stamp show in 2026
The American Philatelic Society has selected Boston, Mass., to host the international stamp show that will take place in 2026. (Read more...)

35 rare 5c China Imperial Dragons found in attic in UK 35 rare 5c China Imperial Dragons found in attic in UK
An extraordinary find of 35 China 1882 5-candarin orange yellow Imperial Dragon stamps in the United Kingdom is set to electrify the world of China philately (Read more...)

Rejected flag designs Rejected flag designs
On a new stamp and souvenir sheet to be issued Feb. 15, (Read more...)

Daily Mail reports Chinese stamp attic find
In a story by Emma Glanfield,  (Read more...)

Financial losses continue for U.S. Postal Service
On Feb. 6, the United States Postal Service announced financial results for the first quarter of its fiscal year 2015. (Read more...)

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