COUGHLIN SAID READY TO PLEAD GUILTY TO WIRE FRAUD Wal-Mart Stores vice chairman once in the running to be the company's chief executive officer, is reportedly set to plead guilty to five counts of federal wire fraud and one count of tax evasion after accusations that he stole money from the retailer, based here. Media reports last week said Coughlin had reached the agreement with U.S. prosecutors in the Western District of Arkansas. He resigned from Wal-Mart's board last March amid charges ...
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