Suspect Says 'I'm Coming In' Under Police Facebook PostFlorida police say a suspect in a theft at a Wal-Mart identified herself on Facebook after seeing a post offering a reward.
Police: 30-Person Fight Breaks Out At Walmart Investigators continue to look into a 30-person brawl at a New York Walmart that landed four people in jail.
Wal-Mart Sharpens Amazon Attack With 2-Day Delivery ServiceWal-Mart is upping the competition for Amazon.
Wal-Mart Questions FPL Rate Hike ProposalWal-Mart and a group of major power users have raised questions about whether proposed hikes by Florida Power & Light are justified.
All-Out Price War Between South Florida SupermarketsIt’s an all out war between grocery stores in south Florida. They are cutting prices to get you inside their stores.
Walmart Closing More Than 150 "Smaller" Stores Around U.S.Wal-Mart has announced they will be closing more than 150 stores across the U.S.
Grand Jury Indicts Truck Driver In Tracy Morgan CrashA New Jersey grand jury on Wednesday indicted the truck driver who crashed into a limo van carrying Tracy Morgan, killing one man and severely injuring the comedian.
Amazon Boosts Holiday Hiring, Signaling Shift In Retail JobsAmazon is planning to hire 100,000 people to help with the holiday rush, a 25 percent jump from last year.
Driver Fatigue Cited As Cause Of Crash That Injured Tracy MorganA Wal-Mart truck driver who hadn't slept in 28 hours failed to slow down despite posted warning signs and was responsible for a highway crash last year that severely injured comedian Tracy Morgan and killed another comedian, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday.
Walmart Workers Treated For Carbon Monoxide PoisoningMore than a dozen Walmart employees were treated carbon monoxide poisoning over the weekend.
Construction Was Happening At Wal-Mart Where 13 Got SickA construction crew using propane tools had been working in a central Florida Wal-Mart store where 13 employees were treated for carbon monoxide poisoning, authorities said Monday.
Wal-mart, Others Want Out Of State Energy Efficiency ProgramWal-Mart and a group representing other large users of electricity say they can do a better job of saving energy if state regulators would let them opt out of a nearly 35-year-old conservation program.