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Topic - Sam'S Club
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said it is eliminating 2,300 Sam's Club workers as it strives to better compete with Costco and online membership retailers.
Even as it gears up for a fight to enter the D.C. market, retailing giant Wal-Mart is facing new questions at the corporate level after reporting mixed financial results Tuesday for its most recent quarter, including a seventh straight drop in per-store sales in the United States.