Glass’s successor as CEO, H. Lee Scott, rose through Wal-Mart’s ranks behind the scenes in the company’s vaunted logistics department but was destined to be remembered for being Wal-Mart’s most visible leader since Sam Walton. Under Scott, Wal-Mart continued its phenomenal growth but found it was coming amid increased scrutiny on multiple fronts — much of it dating back to his predecessors in the company. Under Scott, Wal-Mart transformed the relentlessly ...

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