BENTONVILLE, Ark. —  At its 2012 Sustainability Milestone Meeting here yesterday, executives at Wal-Mart Stores said the company has piloted is “sustainability scorecard” across nine or 10 categories over the past year and plans to roll it out this year to another 100 categories across its U.S. businesses. “We will go to cereal and apparel, and we’re looking at hardware, electronics and toys,” Duncan Mac Naughton, chief merchandising/marketing ...

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