Prosecutors claim lavish bribes oiled taxi industry corruption

NEW YORK — For decades, Alan S. Kaufman and Tony Georgiton held immense power in New York City’s taxi industry. Kaufman led a major credit union that lent money to thousands of drivers. Georgiton co-owned a fleet that operated 550 cabs. Together, they controlled the fortunes of more cabbies than almost anybody else in the business.
Read the rest of the story on Pulse.ng

Added July 12, 2019
from Pulse.ng