Wal-Mart’s detractors come in from the cold
New York Times, June 9, 2008
Over the last several months, a confidential report has circulated within the headquarters of Wal-Mart Stores that proposes sweeping changes to its employee healthcare plans. The nine-page report was commissioned, paid for and given to Wal-Mart by its longtime foes, the Service Employees International Union, and a group the union finances, called Wal-Mart Watch.
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