SPRINGFIELD, Ark. -- The new president of Sam's Club said he is going to try to "get back to what the wholesale club business was founded on." During Wal-Mart's annual conference call with analysts here (see SN 10/7 issue for full report), near the company's Bentonville, Ark., headquarters, Kevin Turner explained his strategy for focusing Wal-Mart's Sam's Club subsidiary on meeting the needs of small businesses. "This is not a right turn but a change in disciplines," he said. "The ...
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