Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has joined eight other companies in launching a five-year initiative intended to increase the visibility of female-owned businesses.
Retailer’s 2014 acquisition has checkouts going mobile
Berk Atikoglu admits he didn't think of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. as a technology company when the world's largest retailer came calling nearly three years ago.
Stock falls after report; shoppers say stores would be missed
Sherry McGuire doesn't shop at Sears as much as she used to, but the Siloam Springs resident said she still couldn't imagine a day the department store chain would close its doors.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has opened a Silicon Valley-based innovation hub designed to identify, invent and invest in ideas that will "transform the future of commerce."
Doug McMillon hasn't been shy about his willingness to make changes in his time as chief executive officer at Wal-Mart Stores Inc., leading the retailer through a transformation as it tries to keep pace with the evolving preferences of consumers and online competitors like Amazon.com.
Alligood takes position at The Huntington in California
Curator Chad Alligood is leaving Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art next month after accepting a position as chief curator of American art at The Huntington in San Marino, Calif.
Tim Robinson and Chris Brosh were in their early 20s when they recognized a glaring omission in Bentonville's blossoming mountain biking scene.
Park Plaza in Little Rock is preparing to introduce a policy that will require adult supervision of minors visiting the mall after 5 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays beginning April 7.
Method called more time-consuming
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration is introducing a standard pat-down procedure at airport security checkpoints across the country.
Cost-plus concept offers low prices, then 10% is tacked on
A yellow and black sign hanging from the ceiling of Springdale's newest grocery store explains one of its cost-saving tactics: "We have the smartest sackers -- you."