The retailer will never have the deep inventory of Amazon, nor will it become a destination like Apple stores.
More retail chains are selling unlikely consumer products in a broad new strategy. Shoppers are confused as the lines blur.
The company wil work with retailers to make cards and consumer information more secure.
A group of Wal-Mart employees plans to ask the company for that much in annual pay for full-time work.
A growing number of US brewers are finding success experimenting with the style.
A photography organization is siding with the woman, and describes the company's tactics as 'bullying.'
Wal-Mart says the 'W' word 20 times in its quarterly commentary. Other companies aren't far behind.
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It's the second-biggest shopping season of the year, although the total amount spent is expected to drop from last year.
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