BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Wal-Mart Stores has discontinued the sale of the three most popular magazines appealing to men. The company this month confirmed that it no longer carries Maxim, ranked 13th in single-copy sales for 2002 by the Magazine Publishers of America; Stuff, ranked 22nd; and FHM, ranked 23rd. Together, the three accounted for total U.S. sales of 1.76 million copies last year, according to MPA. By comparison, No. 1 ranked Cosmopolitan sold over 2 million single copies last year, ...

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