Walmart is realigning the management of its online retailing business worldwide, according to an internal memo obtained by the Reuters news service.


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Walmart shuffles e-commerce management

August 12th, 2011

BENTONVILLE, Ark. – Walmart is realigning the management of its online retailing business worldwide, according to an internal memo obtained by the Reuters news service.

The memo indicates that the people who run Walmart stores in developed markets, including the United States, will be given responsibility for the websites in those markets.

In addition, according to the memo, two of Walmart's top e-commerce executives have decided to leave the company. They are Raul Vazquez, who headed the company's e-commerce developed markets e-commerce group, and Steve Nave, who headed the Walmart.com business in the United States.

The changes were due to be announced to Walmart employees on Friday, Reuters said.

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