NEW YORK — Two proxy advisory firms here said Wal-Mart Stores shareholders should vote against several board nominees, including Mike Duke, chief executive officer, and Lee Scott, the company's former CEO. Both Institutional Shareholder Services and Glass Lewis & Co. made their recommendations following a New York Times report last month that said Wal-Mart had failed to fully investigate allegations of widespread bribery by company officials in Mexico — a period ...

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