WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday that a massive class-action suit gender-bias suit against Wal-Mart Stores cannot go forward because the plaintiffs did not show that the company had discriminatory corporate policies. The suit, Wal-Mart Stores V. Dukes, was initially filed in 2001 and sought to represent all women who worked for the company's stores since 1998. The women named in the suit claimed that Wal-Mart's policies allowing local managers to make subjective decisions ...
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