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SCOTUS Rules Against Walmart, Wells Fargo in Class-Action Suits

The Supreme Court made more decisions unfavorable to corporate executives in the wake of Antonin Scalia's death.

Justices declined on Monday to hear appeals by Walmart and Wells Fargo in moves that upheld two nine-figure class action judgments that went against the multinational giants.  Read more.

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