WASHINGTON — The United Food and Commercial Workers Union here said Thursday it has reached a settlement with the National Labor Relations Board in which it agreed to stop "all picketing and confrontational conduct" at Wal-Mart for at least 60 days — an agreement that resulted from unfair labor claims brought against the union over picketing activities at Wal-Mart stores just prior to Black Friday. Jill Cashen, director of communications for the union, said the UFCW ...

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