Examines Wal-Mart's development over 30 years and offers financial and descriptive detail of their domestic procedures. In 2003, Wal-Mart's Super center business has surpassed its domestic business because the biggest generator of revenues. Its worldwide operation appears poised being the following growth driver for the organization because it marches toward the trillion dollar sales mark. But troubles are beginning to come to light even while the organization is winning recognition as the main company within the Fortune 500--unions keep pressuring its minimum-wage employees and accusations of gender discrimination are alleged. Teaching purpose: Introducing students to making an aggressive advantage.
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