MINNEAPOLIS — Wal-Mart Stores plans to double its support for military families to $20 million, up from $10 million, through the end of 2015, Bill Simon, president and chief executive officer of the company's Bentonville, Ark.-based U.S. operations, told the American Legion Wednesday at its 93rd annual convention here. The funds are intended to promote job training for veterans and to support nonprofit groups that assist veterans in pursuing higher education and enabling them to ...

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