NEW YORK — Eight former Belk Inc. executives have filed suit against their former employer, alleging their terminations in Belk’s 2002 restructuring were part of a “systematic and concerted reorganization designed to rid the company of older employees.”
All of the plaintiffs, including James Madden, former president of Belk’s southern division, were at least 50 years old at the time of their separation from the firm.
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