Garden Grove Shoppers Frustrated By Homeless Population In Parking LotShoppers at a Garden Grove Walmart say they're being harassed by a group of homeless people in the parking lot, but police say they cannot do anything about it.
Amazon Expands One-Day Free Delivery To 10 Million ProductsThere is no minimum purchase amount, but customers must be Prime members to receive the service.
Infant Abandoned In Lakewood Walmart, Parents SoughtThe boy, estimated at between 12 and 15 months of age, was discovered in a public restroom.
Moms Slam Target, Walmart For Selling 'Hooker Style' Shorts To KidsA group of mothers on social media is slamming major retailers for selling inappropriate clothing for children.
'This Is A Very Bad Idea': Privacy Advocates Slam Walmart Patent To Collect In-Store Data Walmart wants to listen to its workers and shoppers more. A lot more.
Should Super-Caffeinated 'Death Wish Coffee' Give Starbucks The Jitters?The Orange County Register reports Death Wish Coffee will be available at 1,627 Walmart stores across the country starting June 9.
Victim's Family Claims Preliminary Autopsy Proves Excessive Force Used In Fatal Walmart ShootingThe attorneys for the victim's family say the preliminary autopsy shows that officers used excessive force in a Walmart parking lot — and they're filing suit.
Walmart Pulls Cosmo Magazine From Checkout AislesThe move is in response to pressure from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation.
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.
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.