Walmart And Amazon Want To Get Into Your HouseWalmart said Monday that in April it will roll out a service in more than 2,000 of its stores that allows customers to summon independent workers to assemble and install a range of products. The announcement comes as Amazon expands its home service offerings, such as plumbers and dog walkers.
Walmart Wants To Patent Drone BeesThe giant retailer earlier this month applied for a patent for "drone pollinators" that would fill in for the declining population of bees that now help fertilize the crops needed to produce the food sold by Walmart and other grocers.
20-Year-Old Sues Dick's And Walmart Over New Gun PoliciesA 20-year-old man in Oregon is suing Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart over their new gun policies after the stores refused to sell him a rifle.
Dick's Sporting Goods Finds Fans After Decision To Stop Selling Assault Rifles"We wanna support them. We actually bought stock in Dick's today," said customer Trish Sie.
Walmart Sets Age Of 21 To Buy Firearms, AmmunitionThe retailer's new policy comes after Dick's Sporting Goods announced it would restrict the sale of firearms to those under 21 years old.
280,000 Baby Rattles Recalled Due To Choking RiskThe Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of VTech's "Shake & Sing Elephant Rattles" on Jan. 25.
Mom Sues Walmart To End Policy Of Locking Up, 'Segregating' Beauty Products A Perris mother is taking legal action over what she claims is discrimination against African-Americans by Walmart over their policy of locking up certain products.
Walmart Raises Starting Wages, Handing Out $1K BonusesThe company is also creating a new benefit to assist employees with adoption expenses.
Sam's Club To Close 'A Series' Of Stores Across The CountryAn unspecified number of of Sam’s Club locations across the U.S. will be closed, according to the bulk goods retailer, which is owned by Walmart.
Walmart Shopper Injured While Buying Watermelon Awarded $7.5 M "We appreciate the jury's service, however we believe that the damages awarded were excessive in light of the facts in this case. We plan to appeal,"said Walmart spokesperson Randy Hargrove.
Amazon, Walmart Testing In-Home Delivery Of Packages, GroceriesPackage thefts are a major problem, but is it enough to make consumers allow delivery people access into their homes?
Walmart Looking To Stock Your Fridge While You're AwayThe service would let a delivery person walk into your home when you're not there to drop off packages or put groceries in the fridge.