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Michael T. Duke, President and CEO, Walmart Stores, Inc.
Michael T. Duke is the president and chief executive officer of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (Walmart). From 2005 to February 2009, Mike served as vice chairman of the company, with responsibility for Walmart International. As CEO, Mike leads a strong management team that is focused on keeping Walmart's mission of "saving people money so they can live better" relevant to every customer, every day. The company also continues to broaden and accelerate its global efforts on environmental sustainability, responsible sourcing and associate opportunity. Since joining Walmart in 1995, Mike has led the logistics, distribution and administration divisions as well as Walmart U.S. As vice chairman, Mike was actively involved in developing and executing corporate strategy. He focused on setting higher standards of excellence for the company's resources and people — from the redesign of logistics and merchandise distribution systems, to the recruitment of talent, and development of strong teams. Under Mike's leadership, the company's international business became a fast-growing part of Walmart's overall operations. In leading Walmart's expansion into mature and emerging markets, Mike built an international management team that delivered strong operational results in a complex global environment.
Bill Simon, President and CEO, Walmart U.S.
William S. Simon is president and Chief Executive Officer of Walmart U.S. He is responsible for the strategic direction and performance of Walmart’s U.S. business, leading 1.3 million associates and about 4,000 stores. Bill and his team are focused on executing Walmart’s core business model – lowering costs in order to offer customers lower prices – and fulfilling the company’s mission of saving people money so they can live better. Bill joined Walmart in March 2006 from Brinker International, where he was senior vice president of global business development and was responsible for the growth of the company’s restaurant portfolio outside the United States.
From 2007 to 2010, Bill was the chief operating officer for Walmart U.S. where he worked to drive innovation and improvement throughout the business. He previously served as executive vice president of professional services and new business development, and he led the team that created and launched Walmart’s $4 prescription drug program.

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