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Great: One in 10 boxes shipped this holiday season will be damaged in some way, according to research by StellaService. Between January and September, they ordered 3,234 total packages from 121 different retailers and 313 were messed up upon arrival. The general breakdown between carriers is UPS with an 11% damage rate, USPS with a 10% damage rate, and FedEx with a 7% damage rate. [StellaService, via]