NEW CANAAN, Conn. — Wal-Mart during the month of April regained a slight advantage in pricing vs. rival Target — likely as a result of keeping pressure on suppliers and a reluctance to pass along rising prices to shoppers, a new report said Monday. In a monthly examination of price checks of adjacent Target and Wal-Mart stores in four states, Customer Growth Partners here said Wal-Mart regained price leadership over Target by 2.8% in April. CGP earlier this year reported Target had gained ...

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