Wal-Mart, Chicago Unions Can’t Agree If They Have an AgreementLeslie Patton
Chicago aldermen gave zoning approval today for Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to build a second store in the city, praising a union agreement with the retailer to guarantee raises within a year. Moments after the vote, a Wal-Mart spokesman said there was no such deal.
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