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Walmart is being threatened by grocery stores selling better goods as well as online powerhouse Amazon as positive economic indicators appear.
The Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh has spurred American retailer J. C. Penney Company to action.
Target provides a variety of discounted general merchandise through its popular retail stores. The stock has recently broken above a long-term resistance level and is now consolidating at all-time high price levels.
Costco provides essential products and services to a growing audience looking for efficient shopping trips and relatively inexpensive products. The stock has surged higher over the last few years and is now trading at all-time high prices...
Best Buy provides highly demanded electronic products and services to consumers and growing companies worldwide. The stock is seeing an incredible bounce after a few years of significant selling pressure.
Wal-Mart announced Tuesday that it will withhold from signing the five-year group agreement on Bangladesh, instead opting to draft its own plan.
Since the deadly Bangladesh factory collapse, U.S. and European retail companies that source their clothing from factories in the subcontinental nation have been under increased pressure to help enforce safer work conditions.
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Wal-Mart calls on the Bangladesh government to close one of its production factories and inspect another after dangerous working conditions have been reported.
Though Walmart reclaimed the title on the Fortune 500 list, the company continues to get bad press from regulators, watchdog groups and its own employees...
Wal-Mart provides a wide range of discount products and services to consumers and businesses across the globe. The stock broke above a long-term price range and has trended higher since then.
After a series of food scandals, Wal-Mart releases a plan that will cost them $16.3 million to improve food-safety practices in China.
Rumors that Wal-Mart's CEO Mike Duke will soon step down spark speculation over who will be chosen to succeed him and inherit Wal-Mart's problems.
Nokia's annual shareholder meeting in Helsinki, Finland, went anything other than smoothly, as shareholders of the Finnish tech company made their discontent known...
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