WUSA-9 | Brittany Morehouse | May 4, 2011 | WATCH VIDEO
WASHINGTON (AP/WUSA) -- The Justice Department says FedEx Corp. will pay $8 million to settle allegations that company couriers falsely blamed increased security following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks for delivery delays on... Read more.
The Blog of LegalTimes | Mike Scarcella | May 3, 2011
FedEx Corp. has agreed to pay the federal government $8 million to resolve allegations the company misused delivery codes to excuse couriers from failing to deliver overnight packages in a timely fashion.
The whistleblower suit... Read more.
ABC News | Matthew Mosk | May 5, 2011 | WATCH VIDEO
A whistleblower has alleged that FedEx "used 9/11 to profit," defrauding the government by falsely blaming security delays related to the terror attacks for slow deliveries and then failing to pay penalties for packages that arrived late... Read more.