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Walmart moves to bar Black Friday protests

Nov 20, 2012
Walmart files a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board to try and stop anti-Walmart protests from taking place on Black Friday.
Posted In: Walmart, National Labor Relations Board, protest, Black Friday

Walmart expands investigation into bribery allegations

Nov 16, 2012
The retailer is broadening an investigation into whether its international operations have violated U.S. corruption laws.
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Black Friday creeping earlier into Thursday

Nov 8, 2012
Retailers are trying to lure holiday shoppers earlier with guarantees that doorbuster items will be available.
Posted In: holiday shopping, Black Friday, Walmart

Walmart workers stage unprecedented strike

Oct 10, 2012
Walmart workers protest against unfair labor practices as a small number of store workers walk off the job, a first for the retailer.
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Walmart takes on Amazon with same-day delivery

Oct 10, 2012
Walmart stores in a handful of cities will double as distribution centers as the online giant moves into super quick delivery.
Posted In: Walmart, same day delivery, Amazon

New Bluebird prepaid card is alternative to checking accounts

Oct 9, 2012
Walmart and American Express have teamed up to offer the new Bluebird card. They say it should help people avoid the high fees on checking accounts and debit cards.
Posted In: Walmart, prepaid cards, american express

Stores expand holiday layaway options

Oct 5, 2012
Slow economic recovery means layaway is thriving.
Posted In: layaway, Walmart, Toys R Us, Retail

Walmart gives Amazon Kindle the boot

Sep 20, 2012
Walmart, following Target’s lead, will stop selling the Amazon Kindle. It’s recognition that the online retailer is a serious Walmart competitor.
Posted In: Walmart, Amazon, Kindle

Walmart arms itself with vaccines

Aug 23, 2012
The giant discounter will soon begin offering a slew of shots aimed at boosting its health care business.
Posted In: Walmart, vaccine, health care

Major retailers team up for mobile payment plan

Aug 15, 2012
We've got news this morning that a group of major retailers, including Walmart, Target and 7-Eleven, are teaming up to create their own network for mobile payments. It's one more way for stores to draw you closer -- and get a jump on outsiders, like Google.
Posted In: mobile payments, Walmart, Retail

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