BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- The president and chief executive of Wal-Mart Stores here has been lending his ear to the company's critics. In his presentation at Wal-Mart's 11th annual analysts' meeting this month, Lee Scott said he spends much of his time meeting with people "who don't particularly care for us. I don't spend much time with our fans." In these meetings, Scott said he listens to what Wal-Mart's critics have to say, "then I give them an overview of what they may have missed" in terms ...
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