NEW YORK — New York City pension funds said Tuesday they intend to vote against five Wal-Mart Stores directors standing for election at the company’s annual shareholder meeting next month, citing recent reports of bribery and a cover-up in Mexico. The city’s comptroller’s office added that the Bentonville, Ark. retailer had been unresponsive to previous requests to investigate its legal and regulatory controls. Related story: Bribery, Cover-Up Alleged at Walmart ...
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