BENTONVILLE, Ark. — A federal judge said Friday he will decide in a few days whether to extend a filing deadline 90 days or 120 days on a gender bias suit against Wal-Mart Stores here. Attorneys for the plaintaiffs — a group of women seeking to sue Wal-Mart on the basis of gender bias — want the filing deadline extended until Jan. 16; Theorore Boutrous, Wal-Mart's attoney, said he would be OK with extending the filing till Oct. 20. He said the company is not opposed to "start the clock ...

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