FedEx pays $35.3 million to end NY lawsuit over illegal cigarettes
FedEx Corp agreed on Monday to pay $35.3 million to settle lawsuits in which New York state and New York City accused the company of shipping hundreds of thousands of untaxed cigarettes to residents over a decade.Continue reading ...
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