For starters, taking the company private could take more than $55 billion in debt, a tough move to finance amid slumping stocks.
Dmitriy Andreychenko's attorney told Newsweek that his client is a "good man" who erred in judgment.
Company accused of informing woman she wouldn't be allowed two weeks off in summer to attend mandatory navy practice.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is worried that Walmart's plans to increase automated labor is part of a trend that could "crush" the U.S. labor force, according to a Fox Business report. Recent research seems to suggest that his concern is not unfounded.
Jamar Davis, 30, is facing child desertion charges after a customer found his son wandering in a Walmart parking lot while Davis worked inside.
A Wisconsin jury awarded the employee $200,000 in compensatory damages and an additional $5 million in punitive damages.
Walmart security allegedly recovered $358.23 worth of stolen items from Doranda Jo Ussery before she launched the attack.
The vagueness of the retailers' statements and carefully-worded avoidance of the use of the term "ban" have become something of a Rorschach test.
National Teddy Bear Day is on September 9 and will be celebrated by Build-A-Bear and 2,000 Walmart locations in the U.S.
"We join a growing chorus of businesses in requesting that our customers, other than authorized law enforcement personnel, do not bring firearms into our stores," CVS wrote in a Twitter post Thursday.
As some call for a boycott of Walmart, Dick's Sporting Goods — which stopped selling guns and ammunition in 135 stores — has seen a 3.2 percent rise in profits this year.
"We know these decisions will inconvenience some of our customers, and we hope they will understand, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon wrote in a memo Tuesday. "As a company, we experienced two horrific events in one week, and we will never be the same."
Walmart announced just hours earlier that it would stop selling handgun ammunition and bullets for short-barrel rifles.
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Walmart accused the tech company of negligence after solar panels it installed at seven stores caught fire. Now, the corporate giants are trying to patch up their relationship.
Ty Kelley is accused of petty theft after allegedly stealing the $6.98 bottle of Barefoot Riesling.
A Florida mother claims her other son caught the suspect in the act at a Walmart in Jacksonville
A health inspection report said roaches had been found close to a main handwash sink, rear coolers and a table used by employees. But that was not the only code violation.
One week after a massacre in El Paso gripped the nation, another Texas Walmart faced a terror threat before police made an arrest.
Company said the decision is just a temprary measure and they still have no plans to stop selling guns in stores.
While people are permitted to open carry a firearm, they may not do so in a threatening way.
"[It was] either the exit sign or the sporting goods section to get a weapon, I didn't know," one eyewitness told local media, describing their response to the incident.
Activist sparked alarm with his 'poor taste' joke in wake of two shootings which occured at the store.
"Of all the gun tragedies, this hit the closest to home for a lot of us. I felt like I had to do something or else I would really be complicit in a company that was continuing to sell firearms."
A mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas on Saturday left at least 22 people dead and more than two dozen injured.
Wayne Lee Padgett, 31, entered the Walmart where his mother worked and made the threat, police say.
"Keep your fake ass prayers to yourself if don't support #GunControlNow," Twitter user @beetoaranda7 wrote.
Last week two stores faced unrelated incidents of customers urinating on sale items, capping off a rough month for Walmart's press team.