SAN ANTONIO — Wal-Mart Stores' plans for U.S. and international growth are closely tied to vast changes in consumer behavior, Lee Scott, former chief executive officer, said in a presentation here.
The retailer's strategies, ranging from urban store growth to expansion in emerging markets, are built around major shifts in customer profiles, he explained.
“The stage has been set for the most volatile and complex times in world history,” said Scott, a 30-plus-year veteran of Wal-Mart who ...
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