The retailer has strict regulations on the sale of guns
The largest U.S. retailer of firearms says it will stop selling assault rifles because of declining demand, not political pressure
It's to support global disaster response efforts.
A SWAT team was on the scene
It flipped trucks and tractor trailers
5 companies will pay $300,000 to settle a NY state probe
Its shares were up by double digits in after-hours trading
He's been at the store since 1983
Employee sues retail giant for failure to offer health insurance after DOMA was overturned
The battle is on.
Walmart Told a Customer It Wouldn’t Make Him a Confederate Cake But Accepted His Request for an ISIS One
The retailer says an employee made a mistake
Rob Walton’s son-in-law Greg Penner will take on the role
The retail giant’s CEO has called on store workers to shed Walmart’s bureaucracy
An old CD that repeatedly played the same songs over and over again is getting trashed
Walmart is fighting back against "unknown shrinkage"
The retail giant is hiking pay for more than 100,000 of its U.S. workers.
The "30 Rock" star filed the lawsuit after a truck for the retailing giant crashed into his limo
The cheap-chic discount retailer reported strong quarterly results, showing its turnaround efforts are paying off more quickly than those of larger rival...
The world's largest retailer did not benefit from lower gas prices as consumers decided to deploy that money instead to paying down debt or saving money.