BENTONVILLE, Ark. — More than 30 Wal-Mart Stores locations along the East Coast remained closed late Monday following Hurricane Irene, although the company said it had received "no reports of significant damage" at any of its 600 area facilities due to the storm. "At peak, there were 298 stores and clubs that were closed due to the hurricane. As the storm has moved north, we have reopened 265 of those stores and clubs," the retailer said late Monday in an online post. The list of closed ...

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