PHILADELPHIA -- Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., plans to equip all existing and future supercenters with in-store banks. The retailer will install bank branches in more than 100 supercenters scheduled to open in 1996. About half of Wal-Mart's 200 existing supercenters have banks, and the retailer plans to retrofit its remaining stores. Wal-Mart officials, speaking at the Supermarket Banking Conference held here late last month by Global Business Research, New York, also touted the ...
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