FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Wal-Mart cheer may have been a little bit louder and a little bit stronger this year at the discounter's annual shareholders meeting. When the eight associates chosen to lead the cheer called out the letters of the company's name at the University of Arkansas' Bud Walton Arena here, there was a little more shimmy in their "squiggle," the dash between "Wal" and "Mart" where they wiggle their hips.
"All the success feels good, doesn't it?" Wal-Mart Stores Inc.'s president and chief executive officer H. Lee Scott Jr. asked the crowd. "You bet it does."
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