Wal-Mart Takes on Apple iTunes

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Even as the music industry tries to lure record buyers back to stores, Wal-Mart unveiled its newest product: downloadable music. NPR's Neda Ulaby reports that a music fan can buy a song for 88 cents from Wal-Mart's site, compared to 99 cents at Apple's iTunes store.



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