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Book Review: Sam Walton Made In America

“I still can’t believe it was news that I get my hair cut at the barbershop. Where else would I get it cut?”

To me, that quote sums up Sam Walton’s autobiography. 1,175 more words

Sam Walton

Google’s YouTube Has Continued Showing Brands’ Ads With Racist and Other Objectionable Videos

PepsiCo, Wal-Mart, Dish Network say they are suspending Google non-search ads

Companies are pulling advertising from Google’s YouTube and programmatic advertising platforms in the U.K. in protest of Google’s treatment of extremist content. 2,834 more words

Dollar General (FY16 Q4 result)

Last week, DG released its Q4 result. Revenue was up 13.6% yoy while earnings up 10.1% yoy. It’s considered a good result, and its EPS of 1.49 beat analyst estimate of 1.41. 413 more words

Target's new dual-concept stores could set it apart from grocers, Wal-Mart, HomeGoods and Amazon

Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) unveiled this week its new approach to brick-and-mortar retail — one that appeals to both time-crunched shoppers and those who come in to wander the aisles, leaving with everything from throw pillows to cotton balls in their baskets. 44 more words

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Target's new dual-concept stores could set it apart from grocers, Wal-Mart, HomeGoods and Amazon

Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) unveiled this week its new approach to brick-and-mortar retail — one that appeals to both time-crunched shoppers and those who come in to wander the aisles, leaving with everything from throw pillows to cotton balls in their baskets. 44 more words

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Target's new dual-concept stores could set it apart from grocers, Wal-Mart, HomeGoods and Amazon

Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) unveiled this week its new approach to brick-and-mortar retail — one that appeals to both time-crunched shoppers and those who come in to wander the aisles, leaving with everything from throw pillows to cotton balls in their baskets. 44 more words

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Target's new dual-concept stores could set it apart from grocers, Wal-Mart, HomeGoods and Amazon

Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) unveiled this week its new approach to brick-and-mortar retail — one that appeals to both time-crunched shoppers and those who come in to wander the aisles, leaving with everything from throw pillows to cotton balls in their baskets. 44 more words

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