Wal-Mart China CEO Quits as Retailer Grapples with Pork Scandal | Reuters

According to Melanie Lee and Donny Kwok 2011, “The head of Wal-Mart Stores Inc’s (WMT.N) China business has resigned citing personal reasons, after the world’s largest retailer ran into trouble with Chinese authorities leading to store closures and employee detentions. The departure of China CEO Ed Chan, along with Senior Vice President of Human Resources Clara Wong, is another setback for Wal-Mart which is facing stiff competition from local firms in the strategically important market.” Read more >