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Walmart CEO scolds Trump over Charlottesville

Walmart CEO scolds Trump over Charlottesville

Add Walmart’s Doug McMillon to the list of chief executives concerned about President Donald Trump’s response to the violent protests in Charlottesville, Va. In a statement posted Tuesday on a Walmart website, McMillon wrote, “The role we play in communities around the country to build a more diverse and inclusive society is more critical than

Safe Home drinking water test kit debuts at Walmart

Safe Home drinking water test kit debuts at Walmart

MADISON, Ind. — Environmental Laboratories Inc.’s Safe Home Bacteria in Drinking Water Test Kit has made its retail debut at Walmart. Environmental Laboratories said Friday that Safe Home has landed distribution as a featured product in nearly 500 Walmart stores nationwide.  The product became available in stores this month and will be available for a

Back-to-school spending expected to climb

Back-to-school spending expected to climb

NEW YORK — Back-to-school spending is forecast to rise this season, according to recent surveys from the National Retail Federation and Deloitte LLC. Families with children in elementary through high school plan to spend an average $687.72 each, for a total of $29.5 billion, an 8% increase from last year’s $27.3 billion, according to the

Walmart Wellness Day to get more days

Walmart Wellness Day to get more days

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — This year, Walmart is extending the reach of Walmart Wellness Day, billed as the “largest health fair in America.” On June 17, Walmart plans to offer free health screenings — including blood pressure, blood glucose, body mass index (BMI) — at its more than 4,600 stores nationwide from 10 a.m. to 2

Target’s Cornell: Border tax would hike prices

WASHINGTON — Target Corp. chairman and chief executive officer Brian Cornell spoke for much of the retail industry when he testified before the House Ways and Means Committee last month that the proposed Border Adjustment Tax would raise prices for American consumers. Under the border tax, “American families — your constituents — would pay more

Walmart, Target give cause for optimism

Walmart, Target give cause for optimism

In late May, both Walmart and Target Corp. issued their quarterly performance numbers. Each revealed some surprises, and both left those retailing authorities who still retain some faith in the business a bit more optimistic than they had been. Here’s a look at the numbers: First, Walmart. Most surprising here was the revelation that the

Walmart names new consumables, health & wellness exec

Walmart names new consumables, health & wellness exec

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Scott Huff, executive vice president for consumables, health and wellness at Walmart, has announced his retirement from the retailer. Huff will be succeed by Marybeth Hays, who is expected to fully transition into the position by June 1, according to a Walmart spokeswoman. Before his current role, Huff served as executive vice

Walmart tops among retailers in personal care share

SHELTON, Conn. — Walmart has the largest retail share in the $40 billion personal care market, but CVS Pharmacy and Walgreens are leading the way in driving deals for consumers, according to TABS Analytics. Walmart holds a 19.4% share of personal care purchases, followed by traditional supermarkets (such as Kroger Co. and Publix Super Markets

Nice-Pak honored with Walmart supplier award

Nice-Pak honored with Walmart supplier award

ORANGEBURG, N.Y. — Nice-Pak has received the Private Brand Supplier of the Year Award from Walmart. Nice-Pak said Tuesday that it was honored with the Private Brand Supplier of the Year Award, new for Walmart this year, because of its overall collaboration with product innovation, thought leadership and category insights. Walmart is one of the

Walmart enhances experience for pharmacy patients

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Walmart plans to make the shopping experience faster and easier for its pharmacy customers with the addition of express lanes in its stores and a new feature in its mobile app. The Walmart mobile app’s “easy refill” feature will allow patients — after a simple, one-time setup — to quickly refill prescriptions,

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