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Walmart drops the “stores” from its name in a bid for more online cred

In its ongoing pursuit of Amazon-level online dominance, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has made a bold decision. No, it’s not going to start paying its employees a higher wage or stop selling guns. It is getting rid of the word “Stores” in its legal name and ditching that pesky hyphen. (Stylistically, it ditched the hyphen years … Continue reading “Walmart drops the “stores” from its name in a bid for more online cred” In its ongoing pursuit of Amazon-level online dominance, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
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