By Azi Paybarah
April 12, 2011
Protesters looking to block Wal-Mart from opening their first store in New York City are now aiming at the developer who could play a role in the mega-store's arrival: Related Companies.
Here's video of a musical protest conducted inside the Time Warner building, where Related is headquartered. While it's not entirely clear what legal options opponents can use to block Wal-Mart from opening a store in the five boroughs, this protest does show that there could be some real headaches for any developer who helps them.
Update: The event was organized by the labor-backed New York Jobs with Justice.
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