LOS ANGELES — Eighty percent of Wal-Mart customers cite personal financial security as their No. 1 concern and credit card payments have dropped in double-digit percentages over the last few quarters as the crisis on Wall Street has hit Main Street, Eduardo Castro-Wright, president and chief executive officer of Wal-Mart U.S., told Town Hall Los Angeles yesterday. "People are wondering if they will have enough money to put food on the table so their families can eat," he said. Regarding ...

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