FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The two top executives of Wal-Mart Stores gave shareholders their unequivocal commitment to get to the bottom of alleged bribery charges in Mexico that have surfaced against the company. “If any violations occurred, then appropriate actions will be taken. That is my personal commitment to each of you,” S. Robson Walton Jr., chairman, said during the company’s annual shareholder meeting here. “We will do the right thing the right way. You ...
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