NEW YORK — Wal-Mart is givingapparel another chance on the Internet — but this time it’s just dipping its big toe in, not plunging headfirst.
Wal-Mart pulled all of its apparel off its Web site in April 2001, admitting the category was not a profitable one, so walmart.com could focus on more productive categories, like jewelry, gifts and electronics.
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