BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- A court here ruled last week that Wal-Mart Stores cannot sue former Vice Chairman Tom Coughlin over his alleged misuse of company funds because he signed an agreement with the firm that prohibits lawsuits between the two parties, according to reports. any's allegations and could reach a decision by the end of this month, according to reports. Wal-Mart also wants Coughlin to return $400,491.90 that he received in an erroneous benefits payment. At a recent analysts' ...

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