Wal-Mart's single-minded goal in the United States is the same as it is in Mexico: open more stores and generate more revenue -- especially in urban areas, the company's next frontier. But it hasn't been easy.
Remember Dukes v. Walmart, the case that the Supreme Court threw out because the company claimed it was too big to be sued for sex discrimination. Well, like Freddy Krueger every Halloween, it's ba-a-a-ck.
In a sleight of hand trick that would make Penn & Teller proud, Justice Scalia has expanded his employment discrimination defense manual available to any employer defending against any type of discrimination claim.