Earlier this month in Bentonville, Ark., the largest lighting manufacturers in the world were set to make their pitch for what likely will be the biggest retail store lighting project in history: the sales floor at Wal-Mart Stores. Not one sales floor. All 10,800 of them, worldwide. “That’s the big kahuna,” according to Charles Zimmerman, vice president of international design for Wal-Mart, speaking at a presentation highlighting how the retailer was using its global ...

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