By  on October 26, 2005

BOSTON — Top Wal-Mart executives told Wall Street analysts on Tuesday that there will be sweeping changes in the lagging $191 billion U.S. division, the company’s biggest.

The world’s largest retailer promised to bring “mass-clusivity” to its aisles with more stylish and pricy merchandise, launch sexier advertising and reduce internal bureaucracy. Its costliest holiday ad campaign will kick off earlier than ever, next Tuesday.

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