BENTONVILLE, Ark.-- Julie Roehm, the former marketing executive at Wal-Mart Stores here who is suing and being sued by the giant retailer, said in a court filing last week that other top executives had violated the company’s ethics policy by accepting gifts from vendors. H. Lee Scott, chief executive officer, received discounts on expensive merchandise, including a diamond for his wife, she said, while John Fleming, chief marketing officer, accepted tickets to an Eagles concert in Spain. ...

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