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Wal-Mart faces tough questions ahead
The world's largest retailer has already said to expect lower earnings next year.
Wal-Mart's goal: Reinvention
Customers don’t like waiting, and the country's largest retailer knows it.
How Amazon can be worth the same as Wal-Mart
The bricks-and-mortar chain makes more money, but investors like the online store.
Wal-Mart to workers: we'll give you a schedule
Like many retailers, Wal-Mart had a system where employee hours constantly changed.
At some Wal-Marts, health care in your shopping cart
Wal-Mart is opening its own health clinics at some stores in the rural South.
Why won't small firms work with Wal-Mart?
Some small firms find their deals with Wal-Mart more valuable than their worth.
Is Wal-Mart rethinking its business approach?
How will Wal-Mart's socially-responsible initiatives fit with its corporate goals?
Why Wal-Mart will buy your used video game
Customers will be able to trade in old games for store credit, and Wal-Mart will sell the used games.
What do stores do with unsold merchandise?
What is this "donate" you speak of?