ROGERS, Ark. -- A hybrid restaurant/specialty market launched and refined here by the man who helped pioneer Wal-Mart's supercenters has met with so much success that it's proceeding to the next item on the menu -- expansion. The second location, with more space, variety and a bigger agenda, recently opened in Tulsa, Okla., and three more will debut this year. Glenview, Ill., a Chicago suburb, is next with a May opening. Business in Tulsa has exceeded what he expected, said Richard ...

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