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ATTENTION EDITORS: THIS PHOTO IS EMBARGOED: No electronic distribution or street sales before 12:01 a.m. ET, Thursday, March 29, 2007. No exceptions for any reason. (NYT74) BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- March 28, 2007 -- WALMART -- Kenneth H. Senser in the emergency operations room of Wal-Mart Stores in Bentonville, Ark., on Monday, March 26, 2007. Senser, who runs the company's security department, formerly worked in internal security for the CIA and FBI. Wal-Mart, renowned to outsiders for its elbows-out business tactics, is known internally for its bare-knuckled, no-expense-spared investigations of employees who break its ironclad ethics rules. Over the past five years, Wal-Mart has assembled a team of former officials from the CIA, FBI and Justice Department whose elaborate, at times globetrotting, investigations have led to the ouster of a high-profile board member who used company funds to buy hunting equipment, two senior advertising executives who took expensive gifts from a potential supplier and a computer technician who taped a reporter's telephone calls. (Ron Phillips/The New York Times)

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