Yet these millions of dollars don't even represent the full amount of issued fines.
Roughly 40% of the facade along Coffey Street has already been torn down.
UPS will shell out $247 million to New York City and New York State for "illegally shipping" hundreds of thousands of untaxed cartons of cigarettes, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.
One man has had enough.
The drivers' union will be required to pay any damages incurred by the protest in exchange for the workers' jobs, and the employees will serve a short suspension.
The February 26th walkout was held as a demonstration against the firing of Jairo Reyes, a union activist who had been employed by UPS for 24 years.
"We had our peak projections, and the volume has exceeded our projection. We are sorry."
Ordering a shipment of illegal drugs is not without its risks.
As upper-income professional women continue to debate the merits of opting out or leaning in, most working women in NYC can't march into their boss's office and demand a special pregnancy parking spot.
A Queens film production company got a little surprise on Thursday when 10 pounds of marijuana were delivered to their door.
Two United Parcel Service drivers and another man were arrested by narcotics police this week when they were caught delivering 30 pounds of marijuana in Brooklyn.
Oh yeah, wait a minute Mr. Postman—are you even really a postman? The FBI says that a bank robber disguised as a UPS worker hit up a Queens bank yesterday.
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