Analysis of Wal-Mart Organization
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Analysis of Wal-Mart Organization


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Wal-Mart Stores is a multinational corporation that operates in fifteen different countries with approximately 8,500 stores. Currently, it is the worlds largest public corporation as measured by revenue. In 2010, the company made 421 billion from its warehouse retailers. These numbers were hardly predictable from Wal-Marts humble beginnings in 1962, when it was founded by entrepreneur Sam Walton. Walton opened a store called the Wal-Mart Discount City in Rogers, Arkansas (Frank, 2006). However, within five years, the company opened up an additional 23 stores throughout the state of Arkansas. By 1968, the stores had moved out of state to Missouri and Oklahoma. From there, Walton incorporated his business as Wal-Mart Stores, which still serves as the companys namesake, and in 1970, the

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