Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said it will begin replacing logos on the front of its U.S. stores with a new design beginning this fall. Wal-Mart spokesman Kevin Gardner said the change would reflect changes customers already have seen in some store signs and advertisements. The new look reportedly inclues eliminating the hyphen in the company's name, now shown as a star at its more than 3600 U.S. stores. The new logo would show company's name in white letters on an orange background, followed by a small starburst. The company said it last tweaked its logo in 1992.
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