BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores plans to cut between 700 and 800 jobs at its headquarters here over the next few weeks, primarily in the areas of real estate, apparel merchandising and health, according to media reports. The cuts were outlined in a memo written by Mike Duke, the company's newly installed chief executive officer, who was quoted as saying the job cuts will not impact operations at Wal-Mart stores or Sam's Clubs. David Tovar, a corporate spokesman, told media outlets the ...

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