Mysteriously Closed Walmarts Will Reopen In October Or November As Planned

Mysteriously Closed Walmarts Will Reopen In October Or November As Planned

You may remember that this past spring, Walmart abruptly closed five stores in four different states to repair mysterious plumbing problems, leaving employees to find new jobs or maybe transfer to other nearby Walmarts. The closing was only ever meant to be temporary, though, and the stores have started to hire new and returning employees to staff the stores. [More]

Walmart To Keep More Merchandise In Warehouses, Less In Stores

Walmart To Keep More Merchandise In Warehouses, Less In Stores

Retailers’ goal is to sell to us all “omnichannel,” selling to customers across platforms. When Walmart’s profits fell this quarter, the company promised shareholders a money-saving change that makes them seem cool and omnichannel: they’re keeping more of certain merchandise in distribution and less in stores, saving the expense of shipping and stocking items, and selling them online instead. [More]

Walmart’s Getting Really Sassy About Amazon Prime Day

Walmart’s Getting Really Sassy About Amazon Prime Day

While the Internet mocked Amazon’s new shopping holiday, Prime Day, and waited for a cheap large TV that they had no chance to buy, competing mega-retailer Walmart declared their own day of deals. Now that Prime Day has passed, Walmart is still making fun of the weaknesses of Amazon’s event. [More]

Changes in the 'taters.

Walmart Redesigns 5.3 Ounces Right Out Of Great Value Mashed Potato Box

An anonymous Walmart shopper stopped by to show us how a nice-looking redesign of the mega-retailer’s house-brand mashed potato flakes masks some shrinkage. Wally World took advantage of the packaging change to shave off 5.3 ounces of dehydrated potato goodness. Of course, the box looks the same size from the outside. It’s still a great value. Just a little less great than before, perhaps. [More]

Walmart Puts Defective Scooter I Returned Back On Shelf

Walmart Puts Defective Scooter I Returned Back On Shelf

After the electric scooter Eric bought for his son broke down three weeks after he bought it, he returned it to Walmart, only to see it pop back up on shelves for sale, ready to break another kid’s heart.

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