ROGERS, Ark. -- Wal-Mart plans to differentiate its Neighborhood Market format to try to appeal to specific demographic groups, executives said here last week at the company's 12th annual analysts' meeting. Eduardo Castro-Wright, president of the company's Wal-Mart Stores division, which encompasses discount stores, supercenters and Neighborhood Markets, said Wal-Mart will leverage the knowledge it's gained from operating stores in Mexico, Japan and other countries to ...
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