PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals here has upheld rulings by a lower court blocking janitors who worked at Wal-Mart from suing the retailer as a class, and it also rejected their claims that the company approved of allegedly illegal working conditions. The court said the janitors should not be certified as a class because they worked at 180 different stores in 33 states for 70 different contractors and subcontractors and for varying hours and wages. Read more: ...

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