ROGERS, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores still has a lot of upside to its business, Mike Duke, president and chief executive officer, told analysts here Wednesday at the company's 19th annual Meeting for the Investment Community. "The combination of momentum, investment and discipline will continue to deliver growth, leverage and returns to our shareholders," he said. "We have momentum in our core business and in delivering on the productivity loop. In Walmart U.S. ...

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