NEW YORK -- With its plans to open a store in the Rego Park neighborhood of Queens thwarted, Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., might be licking its wounds. Yet the retail giant won't go quietly into the night. Real-estate sources and retail experts said the company will be back, but the next time it may have to tailor its approach to the New York City market. Wal-Mart has considered, or may still be considering, several other locations in New York, including The Gallery at Fulton Street ...

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