The public-relations disaster visited on Wal-Mart Stores lately is serious and is approaching the point that it threatens the company's ability to roll out stores at the rate it wants. There's no need to recount all that has happened recently. It will suffice to summarize that the company has been denied building sites, has experienced unremitting labor difficulties, is facing increasingly formalized opposition consortiums, and has been obliged to show top-level executives the door because ...
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