This great retail story isn't unraveling yet, but it's picking up some snags.
Shares of the fuel-cell company are up on news of an expanded relationship with the retailer.
No other retailer can operate as efficiently, and on the same scale.
Investors will be on the lookout for signs that declines in earnings have bottomed and that profit margins have improved.
Wall Street shrugged off ominous symptoms of economic illness last week. But it may not be able to ignore data due in the next two weeks.
Wal-Mart's shares tumble on a weak outlook. That means other store chains are also vulnerable.
Doug McMillon, who took the helm on Feb. 1, signals plans to shake things up a bit.
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