If you're a giant company which for years was blamed for everything from destroying small mom and pop businesses, to treating your employees badly, supporting child labor overseas... If you're THAT company, you probably don't want 3 decades worth of behind the scenes video footage of executives in revealing moments slipping into the hands of filmmakers, news producers, and YouTube. That's what's happening to Wal-Mart, after it had a falling out with a small company called Flagler Productions that has for thirty years been contracted to film corporate events for the retail giant. Wall Street Journal reporter Gary McWilliams has been following this, and he speaks about it with Faith Salie on Fair Game.

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