BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores said last week increased productivity and improved inventory management resulted in a better customer experience and contributed to improved financial results for the fiscal third quarter. Mike Duke, president and chief executive officer, said Wal-Mart is optimistic going into the holidays. “While the economy remains challenging for our customers and therefore to Wal-Mart sales, I continue to be encouraged by both our traffic and market-share gains ...
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