OKLAHOMA CITY -- People often joke that Wal-Mart is taking over the country. They wouldn't be joking if they were a grocery-store operator in this market, where some say the Bentonville, Ark.-based company is conducting a test to see just how much of the retail food market share it can capture. One industry veteran, who asked not to be identified, said it appeared that Wal-Mart is being much more aggressive with its site location strategy in Oklahoma City than it is in other markets, ...
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