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Wal-Mart to Pay $188 Million in Class-Action Lawsuit

The lawsuit was filed in 2002 by employees at Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club.

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Edward Lampert Blogs on Store Closures

The company will begin 2015 with 1,700 Sears and Kmart big-box stores in operation, representing about 200 million square feet of space.

Wal-Mart Said to Have Inflated China Sales

Documents and former employees allege bulk sales and temporary markups to mask lackluster business.

Wal-Mart Promotes Judith McKenna to Chief Operating Officer

McKenna, previously chief development officer for Wal-Mart U.S., is filling the coo post immediately.

Costco Sales Rise 7.1% in Q1

The warehouse club operator credited increased promotions for a 17 percent gain in net income.

Delia's to Liquidate

Plans Chapter 11 filing in 'very near term.'

Target to Open Second Brooklyn Store

The retailer is planning to open a CityTarget in downtown Albee Square in 2016.

Carrefour Completes Acquisition of Dia France

The retailer received the green light from French antitrust authorities last month.

Wal-Mart Dismisses 30 China Execs

The retailer dismissed about 30 senior executives in China amid a restructuring in Asia that includes store closures in Japan and management changes in India.

H&M Opening Mexico Store

The store will open in summer of 2015 with more than 25,000 square feet of space in Playa del Carmen.

Target Shares Spike on Q3 Results

The results were a strong showing for the retailer's new chief executive officer, Brian Cornell.

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