iMedia Brands, the parent company of ShopHQ, has secured retail distribution for select items in its Shaquille O’Neal branded kitchenware, cookware and grill products. Beginning in October 2020, select Shaq products will be available in over 2,000 Target and Sam’s Club stores nationwide.
To reward workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, Walmart said it will pay out another special cash bonus to store, club, distribution center and fulfillment center employees for their ongoing contributions and dedication to serving customers, members and communities.
At Home, Kroger and Walmart look to gain store visits based on market circumstances, according to traffic tracker Placer.ai.
In an expansion of an existing initiative, Walmart has announced that it would add in-demand skilled trade and digital skills educational benefits to its Live Better U program.
Sneeze guards are going up at checkstands across the United States, including at Walmart and other retailers.
Foot traffic data from market research firm Placer.ai suggests that Walmart may be getting ready to reveal some good fourth quarter financial results.
With the holidays just over and seasonal results awaiting announcement, Walmart has made a number of executive changes including the replacement of evp/chief merchandising officer Steve Bratspies in the U.S. business by Scott McCall and the appointment of Dacona Smith as COO Walmart U.S.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon is the first annual HomeWorld Business Retail Executive Of The Year.
In a new marketing campaign touting the company’s mobile-checkout scanning technology, Sam’s Club is featuring two of the world’s fastest athletes, champion sprinters Usain Bolt and Allyson Felix, to highlight the speed and ease of its Scan & Go service in a series of digital videos.
Walmart powered through a strong second quarter, with comps gaining 2.8% in the U.S. and the retailer’s e-commerce operations boosting sales.
Walmart is reportedly making organizational changes as it continues to integrate its store, digital and omnichannel operations, according to a memo obtained by CNBC that was sent by CEO Doug McMillon to the retailer’s employees.
With rain and flooding continuing and expected to worsen across much of the Midwest and South, and communities in Ohio, Kansas, Missouri, Indiana, and Texas still experiencing ongoing relief needs due to the recent outbreak of tornadoes, Walmart, Sam’s Club and Walmart.org have committed to double the support provided so far this spring, bringing the total commitment to $1 million.