BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores here said Wednesday it plans to become more aggressive on new-store growth in some of its stronger, more established markets to prevent competitors from impacting its market shares there. Speaking at the company's annual meeting for the investment community, Bill Simon, president and chief executive officer for U.S. stores, said the company plans to open new stores in areas in which it already has medium to high market-shares, including Tulsa, Oklahoma ...

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