BENTONVILLE, Ark. — The U.S. division of Wal-Mart Stores here said last week it plans to invest more in remodels this year and next — and to remodel all U.S. stores over the next five years — while reducing the number of new-store openings. The plan also includes converting existing discount units into supercenters without expanding the box, the company said. In addition, as part of its new three-year plan, called Project Impact, the U.S. division intends to focus on price separation to ...
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