The Supreme Court put the brakes on a massive job discrimination lawsuit against mega-retailer Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., saying sweeping class-action status that could potentially involve hundreds of thousands of current and former female workers was simply too large.
Too big to fail...too big to discriminate...i think we're beginning to like the way that sounds.Answer Question
Answer by CHarlan at 10:47 AM on Jun. 20, 2011
And once again the big corporation beats out the little man. IMO they should have to pay for what they have done regardless of the amount and size of the group, they are the ones who allowed it to be such a massive group. If Wal-Mart was still practicing the values by which it was established then they would not have a problem righting this wrong, but obviously they have moved past ethics, morals and values.
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