Union Files Complaint Against Wal-Mart

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The United Food and Commercial Workers Union files a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board against Wal-Mart, charging that the retailer paid people to spy on pro-union employees. The complaint uses assertions by former Wal-Mart executive Tom Coughlin.

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