Wal-Mart said it was feeling the financial fallout of agreeing to raise employees’ wages to at least $9 an hour and of its investment to increase its online services as it vies to compete with e-commerce titans like Amazon.
Wal-Mart said it was feeling the financial fallout of agreeing to raise employees’ wages to at least $9 an hour and of its investment to increase its online services as it vies to compete with e-commerce titans like Amazon. Luke Sharett Bloomberg
Wal-Mart said it was feeling the financial fallout of agreeing to raise employees’ wages to at least $9 an hour and of its investment to increase its online services as it vies to compete with e-commerce titans like Amazon. Luke Sharett Bloomberg

Wal-Mart cuts profit outlook, citing rising wages and online investment

August 18, 2015 04:58 PM

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