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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 19, 2015
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The nation's largest retailer Wal-Mart announced today that it is giving a pay raise to hundreds of thousands of its employees. For years Wal-Mart has taken heat from labor groups over how much it pays its workers. Today's move may be an indication that Wal-Mart was worried they'd seek their paychecks elsewhere. Here's NBC Anne Thompson after ringing up a stronger than expected holiday season today Wal-Mart said it would share the bounty raising wages for a half million employees. [Walmart presi...
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Anne Thompson
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00:01:47

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