By and  on April 24, 2012

Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s stock took another lashing in the markets Tuesday, falling 3 percent as the company’s damage control machine went into full whirl, warding off accusations that its Mexican expansion was fed by bribes that top executives later shrugged off.

The stock slipped $1.77 to $57.77 — making for a two-day decline of 7.5 percent that has cut the company’s market capitalization by $15.93 billion.

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