BOSTON — Wal-Mart said Tuesday it has formed an office of diversity and assigned one of its top-ranking women, Charlyn Jarrells Porter, to run it.

The Bentonville, Ark.-based retailer has also hired AT&T’s vice president of corporate affairs, Esther Silver-Parker, to serve under Porter as vice president of diversity relations, a new position. Silver-Parker starts Dec. 1.

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