Spaces lead visitors through 3 themes
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art began working on a project two years ago designed to make its early American art galleries more inclusive and engaging for guests.
A former Walmart Inc. executive sued the company Thursday, claiming it issued misleading results for its e-commerce business and then fired him after he repeatedly raised concerns about it.
Walmart Inc. plans to make its grocery-delivery service available to about 40 percent of U.S. households by the end of the year, expanding a program that has become part of its strategy to compete for grocery sales with Amazon.com, Target Corp. and others.
A 20-year-old Oregon man is suing Walmart Inc. and Dick's Sporting Goods Inc., challenging the retailers' recent decisions to raise the required age for purchasing a firearm in their stores.
Walmart Inc. is taking a bigger step into the meal-kit market with plans to expand a service it had been testing in some stores to more than 2,000 locations by the end of the year.
When Walmart acquired Jet.com in 2016, the e-commerce platform was viewed as its vehicle to attract the higher-income, urban and millennial shoppers it needs to better compete online with Amazon.com.
Walmart Inc. has created a brand to sell mattresses and bedding online as part of ongoing efforts to expand its digital offerings and attract upscale shoppers.
Same-store sales grow by 3%; increase first since 2015
Dillard's Inc. shares climbed nearly 17 percent Tuesday after the company reported $157.6 million in net income, or earnings per share of $5.55, and its first same-store sales increase since 2015.
Slower growth sapped stock
Walmart Inc. hit a speed bump last year in building an e-commerce business capable of keeping pace with online giant Amazon.com.
Walmart Inc. has revamped the way its website presents home decor items, having created what it describes as a "specialty home shopping experience" at Walmart.com.