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** FILE ** In this March 14, 2006, file photo, the Wal-Mart store in Princeton, N.J., is seen. Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the nation's largest private employer, plans to end automatic profit-sharing contributions for its employees in a revamp of its benefits package that it says will give workers more chance to share in its financial success. (AP Photo/Jose F. Moreno, File)
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** FILE ** In this March 14, 2006, file photo, the Wal-Mart store in Princeton, N.J., is seen. Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the nation's largest private employer, plans to end automatic profit-sharing contributions for its employees in a revamp of its benefits package that it says will give workers more chance to share in its financial success. (AP Photo/Jose F. Moreno, File)

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