Wal-Mart may have stoked a reputation for sameness but over the years it has amassed quite a diverse collection of store formats, and it's a portfolio undergoing massive change. Most recent in this group are the Marketside small-store format, which arrived last year in Phoenix, and Supermercado de Walmart, a Hispanic-focused grocery store that debuted earlier this month in Houston and is set for a Phoenix-area bow shortly. These join the Walmart discount stores, Supercenters, Neighborhood ...

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