Former Wal-Mart No. 2 says bogus expenses funded anti-union project

04/8/2005 | Wall Street Journal, The

Former Wal-Mart No. 2 says bogus expenses funded anti-union project: Thomas M. Coughlin, former Wal-Mart vice chairman, recently resigned his board seat after the company said it had discovered a pattern of expense-account abuses and fake invoices used to obtain payments. Coughlin says the money was used for anti-union activities, which if true, could violate the National Labor Relations Act. Wal-Mart said its internal investigation found no evidence to support Coughlin's assertions.

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