BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores here said Monday all directors were reelected at Friday's annual shareholder meeting, although Robson Walton Jr., the chairman, and Mike Duke, president and chief executive officer, received a high percentage of "no" votes in the wake of allegations the company bribed officials in Mexico. The company said 13.07% of shares were voted against Duke (right) and 12.63% against Walton. The highest number of “no” votes was cast ...
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