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We all know that Walmart is known for its low-priced goods. And we’ve heard stories as well how Sam Walton, it’s billionaire founder, was famous for his thriftiness, driving around an old pickup truck. But we had no idea that the boardroom in the company’s headquarters looked like a public school’s teacher’s lounge. Click on the image below to check it out.It’s part of the recent CNBC report, “The New Age of Walmart.”

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