5 Hot Trends in Workforce Class Actions
Plaintiffs' lawyers filed more employment-related class action cases in 2018, although the value of the largest settlements fell dramatically.
Wal-Mart Posts Another Gain in Comp Sales
Same-store sales have increased for eight straight quarters, indicating Wal-Mart's spending on improving stores is paying off.
Wal-Mart Sues Visa Over Chip Card Verification
The retailer says Visa is encouraging fraud by requiring it to allow customers to verify transactions with a signature rather than a PIN.
The Anti-Bribery Business
As the enforcement of anti-bribery laws increases, there are risks that it may go too far.
Investor Seeks to Link Exec Pay to Worker Engagement
Wal-Mart Stores fights a proposal that would tie executive compensation to a measure of employee satisfaction.
When You Don’t Want Workers to Be a Class Act
Employee class-action lawsuits, expected just two years ago to become a minor worry, remain a threat and may flare up in 2014.