Wal-Mart Settles Undocumented Worker Case

Wal-Mart will pay a record $11 million settlement to the U.S. government over using undocumented workers to clean its stores. The company admits no wrongdoing, and observers say the amount of the fine is meager compared to Wal-Mart's revenue. Still, federal officials hope the case will serve as a warning to other companies.

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