BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores here said Friday it will announce final results Monday of the shareholder vote to reelect members of the company's board, though preliminary votes indicated all had been reelected, according to published reports. Since members of the Walton family own close to 50% of the outstanding shares, all directors were expected to be reelected. However, industry observers said a "no" vote by at least 10% of shareholders would be significant. ...
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