LOS ANGELES — The financial crisis on Wall Street is creating major behavioral changes on Main Street that are evident in the way consumers are shopping at Wal-Mart, Eduardo Castro-Wright, president and chief executive officer of Wal-Mart U.S., said here last week. “We speak with a half million to 1 million customers every month, and what they're telling us is that they are really feeling the pain of the financial crisis, which is trickling down to affect all of their lives,” he told Town ...

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