ROGERS, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores said Wednesday it plans to invest $6 billion in retail pricing by 2017 — a year after it promised to invest $2 billion in price through 2014. Speaking at Wal-Mart's 19th annual Meeting for the Investment Community here, Duncan McNaughton, chief merchandising officer, said the investments will be broad-based, though they will primarily be in food and consumables. He said the company would deliver on its pricing promise “through ...

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