Business News: Wal-Mart plans to open more small stores

(CBS) - In Business News, retail giant Wal-Mart says it plans to open more small stores in response to customers demand for convenience.

The plan, announced at their annual shareholders meeting, will cut costs and address pressure from market competition including online retailer Amazon.

(CBS) - Twitter is the most hotly anticipated IPO right now.

It's planning to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange. 

This breaks a long-standing tradition of high-profile tech companies listing on the Nasdaq. 

(CNN) - There may be fewer orange juice drinkers around the breakfast table this morning. 

The Wall Street Journal reports that orange juice consumption is at a 15-year low.

A report from the Florida Department of Citrus shows high prices are partly to blame.

A gallon of OJ will run you about $6 bucks today compared to just over $4 dollars 10 years ago.


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