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Walmart Hasn't Paid $7,000 Fine For 2008 Black Friday Trampling Death

Walmart Hasn't Paid $7,000 Fine For 2008 Black Friday Trampling Death | Psychology of Consumer Behaviour | Scoop.it
We mentioned the other day that it's been five years since the tragic Black Friday trampling death of a Walmart employee. In the years since, Walmart has spent millions of dollars trying to avoid t...
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MediaPost Publications Amazon's Showrooming Victims List: Best Buy, Walmart, Target 12/13/2012

Amazon's Showrooming Victims List: Best Buy, Walmart, Target - 12/13/2012
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"Showrooming is the practice of examining merchandise in a brick and mortar retail store without purchasing it there, then shopping online to find a lower price for the same item. Online storesoften offer lower prices than brick and mortar stores because they do not have the overhead cost.Showrooming can be costly to retailers, not only in the loss of the sale, but also due to damage caused to the store's floor samples of a product."

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How Poor Is Poor? Ashton Kutcher, Walmart Face Off on Twitter

How Poor Is Poor? Ashton Kutcher, Walmart Face Off on Twitter | Psychology of Consumer Behaviour | Scoop.it
Ashton Kutcher vs Walmart

 

"Memo to Walmart (WMT): Don’t get mixed up with one of the most-followed people on Twitter if you don't want to fan the flames over your hourly wage policies. Whatever happens, it will get noticed..."

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if your employees are so poor that you have to set a food drive for them, all the rah rah we do this and that in the world isn't going to make up for it..and bragging that employees make $25,000?

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Is your stuff falling apart? Thank Walmart

Is your stuff falling apart? Thank Walmart | Psychology of Consumer Behaviour | Scoop.it
Forever in blue jeans, babe? Not anymore.Photo: bburkyMy friend Tony’s closet is as good a place as any to begin an investigation of Walmart’s environmental impact. Tony has a pair of L...
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