HOUSTON — Wal-Mart Stores last week opened its first Más Club here, a Hispanic-oriented club store that is described as a cross between as Sam's Club and a warehouse-style bodega. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the Mas Club includes a tortilleria, a selection of Mexican-style pastries and other ethnic offerings, including a butcher shop. The store's signs are in Spanish, with English translations. It offers a more limited selection of appliances and electronics than a ...
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