With back-to-school shopping about to kick off, the resignation of Wal-Mart's top apparel executive suggests continued turbulence in the retailer's ailing clothing business.
Claire Watts, who was among the $345 billion retailer's top women executives, will leave the company this week, a Wal-Mart Stores Inc. spokeswoman said. The move comes as the retailer struggles in apparel and home decor, categories Watts ran.
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