Inside This Issue - News
Doug McMillon, at his first annual meeting as Walmart’s chief executive officer, told shareholders and associates that the company will succeed by embracing new technologies and new store formats, while remaining true to its established values and its mission.
Walmart’s fast-growing e-commerce team has a new leader.
Family Dollar Stores Inc. has adopted a “poison pill” to limit the influence of activist investor Carl Icahn.
Rite Aid Corp. has pared its fiscal 2015 earnings forecast, citing factors affecting pharmacy margins.
Retailers said sales ticked higher in May as warmer weather brought more shoppers into stores. Memorial Day promotions contributed to the improvement.
Sam’s Club has become the first major American retailer with a credit card with chip-enabled technology for enhanced security.
Dollar General Corp. is moving into three new states — Maine, Rhode Island and Oregon — bringing to 43 the number of states with a Dollar General store.