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Walmart all business at Northwest Arkansas event

Walmart Inc. has separated the business from the party during its 2018 shareholders week.

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Walmart offering college as a perk

Retailer to help workers pay for school

Walmart Inc. is offering a new benefit for its U.S. employees, giving them the opportunity to earn college degrees from three universities in hopes the perk will help the retailer attract and retain workers.

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Walmart’s bold steps shrink profit; analysts wonder whether e-commerce spending will pay off

Walmart Inc. has spent the past year reshaping its business, making a handful of noteworthy decisions executives believe will set the company up for success over the next generation.

Groups report worker abuses

Mind suppliers, Walmart urged

Women working in Asian factories in Walmart Inc.'s garment supply chain are subjected to sexual harassment, abuse and violence, according to research conducted by a coalition of worker-rights organizations.

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Georgia O'Keeffe omnipresent in 'The Beyond' exhibition at Crystal Bridges

BENTONVILLE -- Georgia O'Keeffe's iconic painting, Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1, is one of the first pieces visitors will see when they enter the exhibition gallery at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art over the next several months.

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E-sales leap in Walmart's 1Q

Overall results signal ‘solid’ quarter, analyst says; shares fall

Walmart Inc.'s domestic e-commerce business rebounded in the first quarter and in-store sales and traffic increased once again, but concerns about profits amid its competition with Amazon.com and others continued to weigh on the company's stock Thursday.

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U.S. Walmart stores drop Scan & Go

Walmart Inc. no longer offers its Scan & Go service in U.S. stores, ending a test designed to make shopping easier for customers by giving them the chance to bypass the checkout line.

ArcBest workers' contract delayed

‘No’ votes a hitch in Teamster pact

Implementation of a national master freight agreement between ArcBest Corp. and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters has been delayed after nine supplemental contracts were rejected by ABF Freight workers this week.

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Loss forecast, but ArcBest nets $10M

ArcBest Corp. on Thursday reported net income of $10 million in the first quarter of 2018, an improvement from a loss of $7.4 million during the same quarter a year ago.

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Walmart buys 77% stake in Flipkart

$16B India deal retailer’s biggest

Walmart Inc. has agreed to pay $16 billion to acquire a 77 percent stake in India e-commerce company Flipkart, finalizing a big investment in its battle with Amazon.com in one of the world's fastest-growing retail markets.

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