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  2. Walmart Canada - Wikipedia

    Walmart Canada is the Canadian subsidiary of Walmart which is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario.It was founded on March 17, 1994, with the purchase of the Woolco Canada chain from the F. W. Woolworth Company.

  3. Criticism of Walmart - Wikipedia

    Midtown Walmart was a controversial proposal by Walmart to build a 203,000-square-foot (18,900 m 2) supercenter location on a 4.6-acre (1.9-hectare) site in the planned sub-district of Midtown Miami in the city of Miami, Florida, US.

  4. History of Walmart - Wikipedia

    Walmart expanded into its final state , and also expanded into South America, with three new units in Argentina and five in Brazil. The company entered the Chinese market in 1996 through a joint-venture agreement. In 1997, Walmart replaced Woolworth on the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The company had its first $100 billion sales year, with ...

  5. List of assets owned by Walmart - Wikipedia (started as a joint-venture, it has since been fully acquired and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Walmart) Sonae Distribuição Brasil (Brazilian operations) - now WMS Supermercados do Brasil. Seiyu Group - Walmart acquired a 6.1% stake in Seiyu beginning in May 2002. A majority interest (53%) was acquired in December 2005, giving ...

  6. 2019 El Paso shooting - Wikipedia

    Incident. The shooting occurred at a Walmart Supercenter near the Cielo Vista Mall on the east side of El Paso. The gunman walked into the store carrying what is believed to be a WASR-10 rifle, a semi-automatic civilian version of the AK-47, and opened fire just before 10:40 a.m.

  7. Walmart just knocked $70 off Vizio’s gigantic 65-inch 4K ...

    Ninja Professional 1000-Watt Blender, $69 (was $84), Hamilton Beach Wave Crusher Blender, $22 (was $42), Ninja Foodi TenderCrisp™ 8-in-1 6.5-Quart Pressure Cooker, $149 ...

  8. Doug McMillon - Wikipedia

    Walmart officials moved McMillon from his role at Sam's Club to lead Walmart's international division in February 2009, replacing Mike Duke, who was promoted to CEO of Walmart Stores, Inc. Under McMillon, Walmart International focused on improving in existing markets, such as Canada, China, United Kingdom and the Americas.

  9. Amigo Supermarkets - Wikipedia

    Walmart purchase. In July 2002, American retail giant Walmart purchased Supermercados Amigo, in what became a controversial business move. Claims of unfair competition and monopoly were instantly made by smaller supermarkets, because Amigo would be backed by the strong assets of Walmart. As part of the agreement made in order for the purchase ...