Walmart FCPA Case Cites Poor Internal Controls
The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Walmart with dragging its feet on anti-corruption compliance for more than a decade.
Companies Scramble to Ease Impact of China Tariffs
Those surveyed by KPMG have employed various strategies to reduce the added cost.
Do Tariffs Really Raise Prices?
The effects of supply and demand dictate that in many cases, tariffs actually result in lower prices for consumers.
Walmart Gets Big Sales Boost From E-Commerce
"Walmart is now a major competitive force in e-commerce and is capable of capturing shopper share from Amazon and others.”
Ford, Walmart Unveil AV Grocery Delivery Project
The collaboration could boost Ford's efforts to develop commercial uses for self-driving technology.
Walmart Files Suit Against Synchrony Financial
The retail giant is seeking $800 million in damages from its former private-label credit card partner.
Why Amazon’s Stock Isn’t as Great as You Think
For CFOs wanting to understand investor behavior, here's an argument that Jeff Bezos is human, after all, and Amazon can't defy basic economic principles.
Walmart Shares Jump 9% on ‘Banner’ Quarter
U.S. same-store sales rose 4.5% — the best growth in more than a decade — amid a particularly strong performance in Walmart's grocery business.
Proposals to Separate Joint CEO-Board Chair Roles Go Nowhere
Each year dozens of shareholder proposals seek to quash potential conflicts of interest by calling for an independent chair. But they hardly ever pass.
Walmart CEO’s Pay Rises 2% to $22.8 Million
Doug McMillon outearned the typical Walmart employee by a ratio of 1,888 to 1 in 2017, the company discloses.
Dollar Tree Shares Drop 16% on Earnings Miss
The rough holiday quarter for discount chains continues as Dollar Tree's margins were pressured by rising labor and freight costs.