WASHINGTON — The National Labor Relations Board was working rapidly Monday to determine its course of action in light of a “priority” complaint filed by Wal-Mart Stores against potential Black Friday disruption by union-backed protestors. Wal-Mart, which until recently dismissed “strikes” by small groups of its employees as publicity stunts, in an unusual move late last week petitioned the NLRB for an intervention to prevent picketing at its stores over the ...

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