ALBANY N.Y. New York state labor commissioner M. Patricia Smith said Wednesday that an investigation into the labor practices at nine Asian restaurants in New York City resulted in an agreement to pay $2.3 million in minimum and overtime wages to about 800 workers. The case, investigating owner Tsu Yue Wang and restaurants including Ollie’s Noodle Shop and Grill, Ollie’s Brasserie/Mainland, Chao Zhou and Central Kitchen, resulted in the largest ...

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