The industry's top leaders have deployed tactics to guide their organizations through the economic downturn, and are now keeping a wary eye on consumers and the economy amid the fitful recovery. The Power 50 profiles linked from this main list — selected by SN editors, with industry feedback — illustrate the visions that these leaders have for the industry, from smaller-format stores and a greater Web presence at Wal-Mart Stores, as cited by its chief executive officer, Mike Duke (No. 1 ...

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