COUGHLIN SEEKS DISMISSAL OF RETIREMENT-PAY SUIT ormer vice chairman of Wal-Mart Stores here, is seeking dismissal of a suit filed by the company to void his multimillion-dollar retirement package and recover company funds that Wal-Mart said he illegally siphoned. Coughlin's lawyers filed a 20-page brief last week citing a release they said bars the company from canceling his retirement package. Wal-Mart spokesman Marty Heires characterized such releases as "pretty common" and said the ...

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