WAL-MART APPEALS RULING IN DISCRIMINATION CASE Stores here last week asked a federal appeals court to review last month's granting of class-action status to a sex discrimination suit against it by a San Francisco judge. Wal-Mart argued the case should not have been certified as a class action because the complaints against individual stores do not fairly represent the actions of the entire company, reports said. The retailer added that the "elephantine" size of the case made it unmanageable ...

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