The U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission, Denver, has filed a suit against Kmart Corp., charging the company with discriminating against an African-American and a Mexican-American worker. The suit alleges managers and other supervisory employees at a Super Kmart store in Englewood, Colo., made racial and ethnic slurs against the two workers. The EEOC is seeking both compensatory and punitive damages for the men. -repurchase program under which the company may acquire up to $1 billion of its ...

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