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  2. Warehouse club - Wikipedia

    In 1983, James (Jim) Sinegal and Jeffrey H. Brotman opened the first Costco warehouse in Seattle. Sinegal had started in wholesale distribution by working for Sol Price at FedMart. Also in 1993, Costco and Price Club agreed to merge operations, after Price declined an offer from Sam Walton and Walmart to merge Price Club with Sam's Club.

  3. Sol Price - Wikipedia

    Costco's longest-serving CEO, Sinegal, learned the retail business largely through working his way up FedMart's corporate ladder. In CNBC's 2012 documentary on Costco, Sinegal indicated that Price had been his mentor, as well as the person who taught him to be "tough" in business, and to display a sense of "social responsibility" toward employees.

  4. Tyson Foods - Wikipedia

    In 2007, Tyson created the Tyson Discovery Center, a 100,000-square-foot (9,300 m 2) R&D center at their headquarters in Springdale, Arkansas, to work on new products and better packaging. They later opened a second Discovery Center in Downers Grove, Illinois. As of 2017, Tyson has about 300 employees in R&D. Corporate governance

  5. Doug McMillon - Wikipedia

    The next year, as McMillon studied for a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from University of Tulsa, he called Walmart and told an executive he was interested in training to become a buyer when he completed his studies. Soon thereafter, McMillon rejoined Walmart as an assistant manager at a Tulsa, Oklahoma, store.

  6. Criticism of Walmart - Wikipedia

    An April 9, 2013 article in Time Business & Money reported that some Walmart stores have cut labor hours so much that they were having trouble physically moving merchandise from the back onto stores shelves. However, even with these problems, Walmart was performing better than Target in the measure of retail turnover, turning over its entire ...

  7. Retail - Wikipedia

    Retail is the sale of goods and services to consumers, in contrast to wholesaling, which is sale to business or institutional customers.A retailer purchases goods in large quantities from manufacturers, directly or through a wholesaler, and then sells in smaller quantities to consumers for a profit.

  8. American Seafoods - Wikipedia

    American Seafoods Group, LLC is an American seafood company. Based in Seattle, Washington, ASC owns and operates six large catcher-processor vessels that harvest and process on board fish caught in the U.S. waters of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.

  9. Palo Alto Networks - Wikipedia

    Palo Alto Networks, Inc. is an American multinational cybersecurity company with headquarters in Santa Clara, California.Its core products are a platform that includes advanced firewalls and cloud-based offerings that extend those firewalls to cover other aspects of security.