Walmart to Go Introduced in San Jose, Calif.
Focus will be on expanding and supporting retailer’s global multi-channel strategy
Same-store and total sales were up
“It’s Back” shelf tags will alert shoppers to new products
Marks fourth solar energy project in U.S.
Remodeling will add 40 percent more food offerings
Closings will leave retailer with only half of its superstores
Express and Market concepts planned for underserved neighborhood
Same-store sales up 5.1 percent
Compared to February 2010, sales were up 8.9 percent
Increases roll-out from 40 to hundreds of locations
Store is first to be located in landmark building
Battle may begin over 100,000-square-foot store at Gateway II shopping center
Duncan Mac Naughton succeeds John Fleming, who left Wal-Mart in August
In deal to buy more than 200 Zellers locations from Hudson’s Bay Co.
Aaron Carmack promoted to new post
Discount chain will enter three new markets
Four stores planned for 2012
Sales reports from Home Depot, Walmart, Saks and Dick’s Sporting Goods
Move would be the first outside the U.S.