Wal-Mart DEFA14A 2011
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Washington, D.C. 20549
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WAL-MART STORES, INC.
Notice of 2011 Annual Shareholders Meeting
Meeting Type: Annual Shareholders Meeting
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The Board of Directors recommends a vote FOR all the nominees listed in Proposal 1, FOR Proposals 2 and 3, FOR every 1 Year for Proposal 4, and AGAINST Proposals 5 through 9.
1. Election of Directors
1a. Aida M. Alvarez Company Proposals:
2. Ratification of Ernst & Young LLP as Independent 1b. James W. Breyer Accountants
1c. M. Michele Burns 3. Advisory Vote on Executive Compensation
1d. James I. Cash, Jr. 4. Advisory Vote on the Frequency of Future Advisory Votes on Executive Compensation
1e. Roger C. Corbett Shareholder Proposals:
1f. Douglas N. Daft 5. Gender Identity Non-Discrimination Policy
6. Political Contributions Report 1g. Michael T. Duke
7. Special Shareowner Meetings 1h. Gregory B. Penner
8. Require Supplier(s) to Publish an Annual 1i. Steven S Reinemund Sustainability Report
9. Climate Change Risk Disclosure 1j. H. Lee Scott, Jr.
1k. Arne M. Sorenson
1l. Jim C. Walton
1m. S. Robson Walton 1n. Christopher J. Williams 1o. Linda S. Wolf