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Walmart again No. 1 on Fortune 500 list

Subscriber onlyWalmart Inc. remained No. 1 on Fortune magazine's list of the 500 largest companies by revenue in the U.S. Continue reading...

E-sales leap in Walmart's 1Q

Overall results signal ‘solid’ quarter, analyst says; shares fall

Subscriber onlyWalmart Inc.'s domestic e-commerce business rebounded in the first quarter and in-store sales and traffic increased once again, but concerns about profits amid its competition with Amazon.com and others continued to weigh on the company's stock Thursday. Continue reading...

Walmart beats all around, with online sales rebounding

NEW YORK — Walmart is reporting better-than-expected profit and revenue for the first quarter with rebounding online sales. Continue reading...

Walmart goes upscale unveils Lord & Taylor site

NEW YORK — Walmart, long known for its "everyday low prices" mantra and as a place for basics, wants shoppers to think of it as a source for style and upscale fashion as it tries to reach more affluent customers. Continue reading...

U.S. Walmart stores drop Scan & Go

Subscriber onlyWalmart Inc. no longer offers its Scan & Go service in U.S. stores, ending a test designed to make shopping easier for customers by giving them the chance to bypass the checkout line. Continue reading...

Walmart buys 77% stake in Flipkart

$16B India deal retailer’s biggest

Subscriber onlyWalmart Inc. has agreed to pay $16 billion to acquire a 77 percent stake in India e-commerce company Flipkart, finalizing a big investment in its battle with Amazon.com in one of the world's fastest-growing retail markets. Continue reading...

Growth key to Walmart's overseas shift

Business partnerships take the place of ‘just getting big’

Subscriber onlyThe international business model for Walmart Inc. has been straightforward for much of the past 20 years, according to analysts and consultants. Continue reading...

Walmart's India deal said to jell

Investment in Net retailer Flipkart reportedly to close soon

Subscriber onlyWalmart Inc. is closing in on a deal that would give the company a leading position in India's online retail market as it battles Amazon.com. Continue reading...

Walmart to sell U.K. unit Asda

Retailer keeps 42% stake in $10.1B deal, if regulators OK it

Subscriber onlyWalmart Inc. took a significant step in reshaping its international business Monday, agreeing to sell its U.K. grocery chain, Asda, to rival Sainsbury's in a deal valued at $10.1 billion. Continue reading...

Walmart to sell UK unit as it seeks growth in online sales

LONDON — Walmart has agreed to sell its British unit, Asda, to local rival Sainsbury's in a 7.3 billion pound ($10.1 billion) deal as the U.S. giant focuses on online sales in countries with higher growth and less intense competition. Continue reading...

Walmart's food-tracking up, running

Subscriber onlyWalmart Inc. is no longer just testing the use of blockchain technology in its food-supply chain, according to Frank Yiannas, vice president of food safety. Continue reading...

Walmart CEO's total pay down 22% to $18.3M

Subscriber onlyExecutive compensation packages for Walmart's top executives showed a general decline, and the company detailed further its changes for its annual shareholders meeting as part of its annual proxy statement filed Friday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Continue reading...

Walmart announces emissions reductions, charging station expansion and increased renewable energy use

BENTONVILLE -- Walmart announced today that suppliers have reported reducing more than 20 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions as part of the company’s Project Gigaton initiative. Continue reading...

Walmart readying redesigned website for rollout in May

Subscriber onlyWalmart Inc. is putting the finishing touches on an updated Walmart.com, promising a website redesign that will be more contemporary, easier to navigate and personalized for customers. Continue reading...

Walmart eases rules to allow its suppliers to deliver day early

Subscriber onlyWalmart Inc. has adjusted its delivery guidelines for suppliers, allowing some to have the option of getting shipments to regional distribution centers one day earlier than the scheduled arrival date. Continue reading...

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