BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores last week said David Glass, the company's former president and chief executive officer, has chosen not to stand for reelection to the company's board of directors at the company's annual shareholders' meeting on June 5. Glass joined Wal-Mart as executive vice president of finance in 1976, was elected to its board a year later and named president in 1984. He succeeded the company's founder Sam Walton as president and CEO in January 1988 and remained in that ...

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