Wal-Mart's Urban Excursion As Wal-Mart Stores makes an urban push, data reveal that it already has a No. 1 market share in six metropolitan markets with populations of 1 million or more. The largest of those is the Dallas-Fort Worth market, where it commands 27.3% of the grocery market, not including Sam's Club, according to Tucson, Ariz.-based Metro Market Studies' 2010 market share guide. Last year the retailer unveiled plans to penetrate Chicago with a variety of formats, and just weeks ...

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