Wal-Mart is giving federal regulators the runaround in fighting a $7,000 fine that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration levied against the retailer for circumstances that led to the trampling death of an employee in 2008. The incident for which OSHA cited Wal-Mart occurred at a store in Valley Stream, New York. Approximately 2,000 people gathered around the store’s entrance in the early morning hours on Black Friday, the post-Thanksgiving shopping day that is widely considered to be the busiest shopping day of the year. Wal-Mart took no measures to control the impatient crowd, which had been gathering for hours ... Read More
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