Walmart Sees Impressive Ecommerce Growth in Q1

| Daniela Forte

Walmart reported 33% growth in U.S. ecommerce in Q1 with online grocery being an attributing factor to the growth. Total revenue was $122.7 billion, an increase of $5.1 billion or 4.4%. See what lead to the change between the fourth quarter 2017 and the first quarter of 2018.

Walmart Revamps Ecommerce Site

| Daniela Forte

Walmart is launching a new ecommerce site in May that promises to add a new look and feel to the overall online shopping experience. See what features the new site will have.

Walmart Launches Four New Private Brands

| Daniela Forte

Walmart announced it is launching four new private brands in the apparel category, two for women and one each for men and children. The company said the new brand rollout is intended to create a one-stop destination for fashion as well as everyday essentials, electronics and the rest of the broad assortment of categories.

Walmart Cites Operational Issues in Q4 Ecommerce Slowdown

| Daniela Forte

Due in large part to inventory management issues around the critical holiday period, Walmart reported a serious slowdown in its booming ecommerce growth during the fourth quarter, which increased 23% compared to a 50% gain a year earlier. See what these challenges were for Walmart and what it meant for sales in the fourth quarter.

Walmart Closing 63 Sam’s Clubs, Turning 12 into Ecommerce Fulfillment Centers

| Daniela Forte

In the kind of move that many industry observers have talked about, Walmart said it plans to close 63 Sam’s Club stores, while converting 12 of them into ecommerce fulfillment centers. The facilities will close over the next few weeks, the company said. Here is what Walmart has planned for these locations and what it could mean for its ecommerce business.

Walmart Increases Prices for Some Online Products

| Daniela Forte

Walmart started charging higher prices online than in store for some items, in an effort to offset shipping costs and drive more shoppers to its brick-and-mortar locations. See how Walmart will differentiate prices for both channels.