Walmart has formed Store No. 8, a technology incubator that will be based in the Silicon Valley and is named after an early Walmart store that company founder Sam Walton used to try out new strategies.
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Target and Walmart were among the retailers named to the 2017 National Association for Female Executives list.
The Glucose Health “Only at Walmart” television ad campaign is airing across primetime and daytime rotations on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel, Game Show Network, Lifetime and TV Land.
Breakthrough brands, defined as those brands either introduced within the 52 weeks ended Dec. 25, 2016, or those brands that experienced blockbuster incremental growth in that time frame, feature leading meal-replacement solutions.
Retailer to provide easy prescription refills and allow consumers to “skip the line.”
Walmart now boasts more than 35 million SKUs online and recently announced free two-day shipping with a minimum $35 order.
Based on information from Walmart, the chain is not merging the stores and walmart.com buying teams, as Reuters reported Tuesday. The two will continue to operate as two separate teams.
The National Retail Federation estimates the proposed tax on imports could cost American families as much $1,700 per year.
Trainees in the Pathways course can earn a $1 per-hour increase in pay to $10 per hour after 90 days instead of six months.
Bayer AG has joined a host of companies, including General Motors, Hyundai and Walmart, that have pledged to either keep or create jobs in the U.S., The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. The Journal cited Trump transition team spokesman Sean Spicer, who said Bayer’s decision was the result of “the president-elect’s focus on creating a better business climate here in the United States.” Bayer is currently seeking regulatory approval for its planned $57 billion purchase of seed maker Monsanto, and committed research investments and "several thousand" new high-tech positions in the U.S. once that deal is successfully completed. (The Wall Street Journal)