Wal-Mart Stores still considers its Express format to be a pilot project, though the expansion of the format this year could provide the company with answers to a lot of open questions, the company’s chief financial officer said Tuesday. Speaking at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Consumer and Retail Conference in New York, Charles Holley, said Walmart plans to open between 110 and 120 Express stores this year on top of the 20 it already operates. CONNECT WITH SN ON ...

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