ORLANDO, Fla. — Wal-Mart Stores believes it can apply what it's learned from smaller formats abroad to maximize returns in the U.S. in areas such as cost structures, logistics, leasing and store operations, Doug McMillon, executive vice president and president of the company's international division, said here Monday. Speaking at the Credit Suisse consumer conference here, McMillon said one result of its experience operating smaller formats all over the world is "that we've found we've ...

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