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Officials: Man charged 9 years after bomb left in NC Walmart

SYLVA, N.C.— Authorities say a fingerprint has led them to a man who placed a pipe bomb near small propane tanks in a Walmart in the North Carolina mountains. Officials say there were no serious injuries at the store in Sylva when the bomb exploded in September 2007. Federal court records say Larry Bowlsby's fingerprint was found on a shopping cart after the...

Source: The Associated Press

Wal-Mart takes care of consumers: Pro

Walmart consumers spend a lot of their money on the basics, says Budd Bugatch, Raymond James & Associates breaking down Wal-Mart's quarterly results, and providing his outlook on the company.


Walmart Pay expands to more stores

The mobile payment service now reaches roughly one thousand stores throughout five US states.


Walmart Pay expands to Texas, Arkansas

Walmart Pay expanded its reach to around 1,000 stores on Tuesday after rolling out in Texas and Arkansas.


Wal-mart suing Visa over debit card transactions

The retailer claims Visa is forcing Walmart customer to use fraud-prone signature verification over the more secure 'chip-and-pin' protocol.


Wal-Mart sues Visa for resisting use of PIN-based transactions

WAL-MART SUES VISA FOR RESISTING USE OF PIN-BASED. May 10- Wal-Mart Stores Inc filed a lawsuit against Visa Inc, saying the payments network operator was resisting the use of personal identification numbers by customers for purchases made on debit cards at its stores. "Walmart believes Visa's position creates unacceptable risk to customers and its actions...

Source: Reuters

Final Trades: Stocks that could go up in smoke

The Fast Money panel give stock names they believe could go up in smoke including Tesla and Walmart.


Corporations Grow Nervous About Participating in Republican Convention

Apple, Google and Walmart are among the companies assessing their plans for the July convention, The New York Times reports.

Source: The New York Times

Walmart sued over suspected wood pulp in cheese

Wal-Mart's Great Value food brand has been slapped by a lawsuit over cheese that allegedly contained wood pulp.


UPDATE 1-Target's focus on high-margin goods boosts 4th-qtr comparable sales

Unlike Wal-Mart, Target has no international operations since its failed foray into Canada. "Given the toughness of the market and the much worse performance from Walmart and department store rivals, the comparable sales uplift is very respectable," Neil Saunders, chief executive of research firm Conlumino, wrote in a note. Comparable sales of apparel...

Source: Reuters