BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores in a strongly worded statement rebuked a report from the Manhattan Borough president’s office concluding that a Wal-Mart store in New York City would put dozens of other food stores out of business. “A new report from Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer that predicts that a Wal-Mart in Harlem would hurt small businesses is nothing but a repackaging of a flawed Loyola University Chicago survey that tried unsuccessfully to make ...

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