The latest news on Wal-Mart
The biggest shopping weekend of the year signals little about holiday shopping, or even the economy.
The new executive inherits a massively successful company, but also some sizable problems.
Two new analyses show the retail giant can afford to stop shortchanging its workers.
Low wages remain a source of conflict among Bangladesh factory workers.
Raising the minimum wage for all D.C. residents is better than singling out Walmart.
Any new data, it seems, can depress stock markets these days.
Increasing the minimum wage beyond the productivity of the worker inflicts damage on the poor and the unskilled.
Trying to prevent Wal-Mart from opening in D.C. only blocks economic development and job creation.
D.C.'s leaders clearly don't understand economics or business.
The retailer threatened to flee if the District's new minimum wage bill passes.