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This Ad Is from Sam’s Club, Yes Sam’s Club

Sam’s Club (a part of Wal-Mart Inc.) is the second-largest membership warehouse club in the United States, after Costco. It has annual revenues of nearly $60 billion, more 650 stores in the United States and Puerto Rico, and has 47+ million … Continue reading

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Wal-Mart No Longer in the Express Lane

Wal-Mart’s store brands include Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, and Neighborhood Market. Until recently, the firm had high hopes for its Wal-Mart Express stores. Now, the world’s largest retailer has decided to abandon this concept and close those stores. So, what happened? … Continue reading

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Insights from Sam’s Club’s Vice-President of Merchandising

Charles Redfield, Sam’s Club executive vice-president of merchandising, described some of the major business and career lessons that he has learned at a recent meeting of the Economic Club of Phoenix. As reported by the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona … Continue reading

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