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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

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  • Target reports 62% drop in earnings, cuts profit forecast

    Target Corp. slashed its profit forecast for the year as the retailer struggles with the aftershocks of a massive data breach and a botched expansion into Canada. The Minneapolis company said reverberations from the breach, in which hackers made off...
  • Dollar General questions motives of Family Dollar CEO

    (Reuters) - Dollar General Corp questioned whether Family Dollar Stores Inc Chief Executive Howard Levine was being driven by self-interest in his support of a proposed takeover of his company by Dollar Tree Inc . Dollar General, which has made its own...
  • Ahead of iPhone 6, Wal-Mart rolls back prices on iPhone 5s, 5c

    Ahead of iPhone 6, Wal-Mart rolls back prices on iPhone 5s, 5c
    Ahead of next month's expected iPhone 6 unveiling, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is looking to clear its inventory of last year's iPhones by announcing drastic price cuts Wednesday night.  The Arkansas retailer said it will sell the iPhone 5c for 97 cents and...
  • Wal-Mart To CL&P: Your Rate Increase Is 'Excessive'

    Wal-Mart To CL&P: Your Rate Increase Is 'Excessive'
    The residents and state officials clamoring against Connecticut Light & Power's proposed rate increase have gained a sizable corporate ally: the world's largest retailer. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in recent weeks has begun a careful critique of CL&P's request...
  • Tracy Morgan 'struggling' after deadly crash: attorney

    Tracy Morgan 'struggling' after deadly crash: attorney
    Tracy Morgan's attorney on Monday said the comedian is "still struggling" with his health two months after breaking several bones in a deadly New Jersey highway crash that has renewed public attention to safety in the U.S. trucking industry. "He's still...
  • Dollar General joins fight to buy Family Dollar

    Dollar General joins fight to buy Family Dollar
    Dollar General Corp offered to buy Family Dollar Stores Inc for $8.95 billion, trumping Dollar Tree Inc's $8.5 billion bid, to strengthen its position as the No. 1 discount retailer in a highly-competitive U.S. market. Family Dollar's shares rose 4.5...
  • Middle-class shoppers more sensitive to back-to-school supply costs

    WEST MILWAUKEE, Wis. The giant pencil cutouts screaming "One Big Sale Here" throughout the Target store are a dead giveaway: This is the country's second-biggest shopping season. And for the great majority of Americans, the annual back-to-school...
  • Across Asia's borders, labor activists team up to press wage claims

    JAKARTA/PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Labor leaders behind the biggest strikes in Cambodia's $5 billion garment industry knew last year they had a strong case for higher wages: they had already compared notes with activists in neighboring countries. The result...
  • Target cuts profit estimate as data breach costs rise

    Target cuts profit estimate as data breach costs rise
    Target Corp cut its second-quarter earnings estimate due to a significant rise in costs related to a data breach last year and higher promotions and discounts to lure customers in North America. The third-largest U.S. retailer also warned of weak sales...
  • McDonald's CEO Thompson 'under siege' at home and abroad

    McDonald's CEO Thompson 'under siege' at home and abroad
    McDonald's Corp CEO Don Thompson sure could use a break. The head of the world's biggest restaurant chain, who for much of his two years at the helm has been battling to spark sales growth in the United States and Europe, got battered by headline-...
  • Wal-Mart cuts forecast as it spends more on healthcare, online

    Wal-Mart cuts forecast as it spends more on healthcare, online
    (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc cut its full-year profit forecast, citing higher employee healthcare costs and increased investment in its online business. The world's largest retailer, which has 1.4 million employees in the United States, raised its...