updated - December 13, 2019 Friday EST
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. laid off 450 employees last Friday at its headquarters, which is located in Bentonville, Arkansas, according to a report from USA Today. The layoffs are part of the retail giant’s plan to increase its competitive edge.
Several top U.S. companies have promised to support the Obama administration's latest initiative to address climate change, committing $140 billion in investments to reduce carbon emissions ahead of a United Nations summit this year.
After seven whole quarters of disappointing sales, Wal-Mart makes a comeback as it reported increasing sales in its U.S. stores, but the retail store remains “cautiously optimistic” as it preps up for the most important season of the year, the holidays.
Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, has released its statement to the informants through dismissing Chinese worker who had accused it of violations on food safety and police must intervene already.