Rick Wilking/Reuters Walmart's executive vice president of corporate affairs Dan Bartlett told Yahoo Finance that the retail giant has seen a spike in sales of apparel tops. But there hasn't been a corresponding boost in sales of bottoms like pants, shorts, and skirts. The reason? According to Bartlett, shoppers stuck working from home are more concerned with looking good from the "waist up" due to video conferencing.  The Walmart EVP ...

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