ROGERS, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores plans to open 125 new supercenters and between 95 and 115 smaller-format stores — mostly Neighborhood Markets — next year while reducing its capital budget, company officials said at an investor meeting here. Longer term, the company said it expects to have 500 Neighborhood Markets operating within three years — more than double the 240 it currently has — with sales of $10 billion. Wal-Mart officials said the capital budget ...

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