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Gun–Grabbers Shoot Themselves in the Foot

Some Opposition Media journos are taking a novel approach to covering guns. They’re actually going hands-on. Hayley Peterson, of Business Insider, decided to buy a gun. She avoided going to a local gun store — presumably because employees are experts on the process — and decided to try Walmart, which is not known for employee expertise or visibility. “I went ...

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Walmart Introduces Unlimited Grocery Delivery to Keep Pace with Amazon

Walmart announced Thursday that it is launching a new unlimited grocery delivery subscription service this fall in an effort to challenge Amazon and other competitors who offer similar services. The new service will charge subscribers an annual fee of $98, or a monthly fee of $12.95 for same-day grocery delivery, requiring a minimum order amount of $30, according to a ...

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Walmart’s Corporate Employees Are Set To Walk Out Over Firearm Sales

Walmart employees are planning to walk out of corporate offices Wednesday, demanding the retailer stop selling firearms of all kinds. Offices in California and Oregon will be partaking in the protest, following the El Paso Walmart shooting that left 22 people dead over the weekend. The white-collar workers demand that one of America’s largest retailers cease all gun sales, even ...

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Walmart And CVS Caremark Walk Back Pending Pharmacy Split

CVS officials said the company’s pharmacy benefit management division and Walmart were splitting over a price dispute Tuesday. The organizations walked back the announcement Friday. The split would have meant that many people who have CVS Health drug plans would no longer be able to pick up their prescriptions at Walmart locations. Walmart and CVS Health’s pharmacy benefit management (PBM) ...

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Drug Pricing War Leads CVS And Walmart To Part Ways

Walmart and CVS Health’s pharmacy benefit management (PBM) division announced they’re parting ways Tuesday, meaning that most people who have CVS Health drug plans will no longer be able to pick up their prescriptions at Walmart locations. The split was brought on by a pricing dispute. Walmart maintained that CVS was trying to control where customers filled their prescriptions, according ...

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Walmart vs. Amazon: 4 Factors Consumers Consider When Online Grocery Shopping

Despite rising competition, Walmart remains the largest retailer in the world. By a wide margin, more people purchase groceries in-store/online from Walmart than other leading food retailers and supermarkets, although Amazon is the online grocery purchasing leader, according to market research firm Packaged Facts in U.S Grocery Market Focus: The Walmart Food Shopper, a new report that’s first in a four-part series on ...

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Is Walmart open on July 4, 2018?

A lot of stores are closed on July 4, 2018. But, if you need a few last minute items to fill-out your Fourth, your local Walmart may have the answer. This year, July 4th falls in the middle of the week. And, if you had to work Tuesday, that may have left you understocked and underprepared for your barbeque, picnic ...

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2nd Becomes the ‘It Depends’ Amendment

Dick’s and Dunkleberger’s have decided the 2nd Amendment contains a hitherto unknown age restriction on the sale of rifles. In the future only customers over the age of 21 will be able to buy a scary–looking long gun in those stores. Walmart, L.L. Bean and Florida also are banking on age discrimination as a civil rights violation understanding judges will ...

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Now Even Walmart is Stabbing President Trump in the Back

The reaction from the political class, media and now even the corporate behemoths that have exploited cheap overseas labor to destroy the American Dream to blame President Trump for the actions of one criminal individual who rammed his car into several leftists in Charlottesville has reached a dangerous stage. While you expect the media to accuse President Trump of being ...

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Walmart in Damage Control Mode Over Racial Slur in Online Product Description

Retailing colossus Walmart has engaged in rapid damage control after an embarrassing slip was noticed on their website. A product description for a “stretchy weaving net weaving wig cap” included the color selection of “N*gger Brown” as an option, a reference to the most explosive racial pejorative of them all. The description was brought to Walmart’s attention by a Twitter ...

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Walmart avoids FTC investigation by removing questionable ‘Made in USA’ labels

Walmart is a fine purveyor of the cheapest stuff on the planet and with that comes the reputation of being a retailer of mainly cheaply-made Chinese goods. The massive retailer tried to change that image by labeling more goods as “Made in America” and the Federal Trade Commission had a few questions about many of those items. The FTC said in ...

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House GOP Doesn’t Listen Any Better than Walmart

Occasionally the wrong person takes a column to heart. Earlier this month I wrote that Walmart doesn’t help its PR efforts when the company acts in a manner that only serves to reinforce its reputation as the Simon Legree of retail. (Details here.) In this instance an Ohio store had a display in the employee break room asking for donations ...

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Walmart Encourages Grinch Accusations

Walmart is a corporation that generates strong opinion. Unions — and their wholly–owned subsidiary the Democrat Party — view Walmart as a rapacious corporation run by brutal overseers whose overriding goal is exploiting the working class. Many Republican officeholders view Walmart as a corporation run by a bunch of cheap so–and–sos who won’t make large campaign contributions and hire refugees ...

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Walmart drops expectations and so does everyone else

Walmart didn’t do as well as expected, so that has caused several other retail outlets to drop their sales and earnings expectations for the upcoming quarter. The result has been at least a little nervousness on Wall Street, and a less-than-rosy view of the U.S. economic recovery. The New York Times reports: “There is a certain segment of the population ...

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