Walmart is looking for innovative technology ideas – and casting a wide net to find them.
Visa is rolling out a technology enhancement — Quick Chip for EMV— designed to optimize EMV chip card processing and speed up checkout times.
According to Reuters, Walmart is rolling out free curbside pickup of online grocery orders to eight new cities, which will make the service available in about 200 stores in 30 metropolitan areas across the U.S.
In a major move announced April 12, Walmart agreed to work with cloud-based e-commerce solutions provider ChannelAdvisor to integrate with Walmart’s global marketplace.
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Jonathan Gold serves as NRF’s vice president for supply chain and customs policy and he becomes the newest member of Commerce’s Advisory Committee on Supply Chain Competitiveness.
Brian Monahan, VP of marketing for Walmart.com, has left the chain (as of April 1) to go back to a startup he helped found in 2012.
Jill Turner-Mitchael, SVP overseeing health and wellness for Sam’s Club, was the keynote speaker at the Northwest Arkansas Council’s Health Care Summit in Rogers on April 6.
The federal judge presiding over the Federal Trade Commission’s effort to block a merger between Staples and Office depot urged the parties to resolve their differences, but that seems unlikely given that both sides are firmly entrenched in their positions.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists “retail salesperson” as the most common job in America, but the retail industry is evolving rapidly as is the nature of work. A new $5.5 million research grant from Walmart and the Aspen Institute aims to understand how.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up an appeal from Wal-Mart Stores to throw out a class action judgment over its treatment of workers in Pennsylvania, Reuters reported.