Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Focused on the evolution of a highly successful operation Wal-Mart discount and describes the company's recent attempts to diversify into other businesses. The company entered the warehouse club industry with its Sam's Clubs and the grocery business with its Supercenters, a combination supermarket and discount stores. Wal-Mart experienced a drop in its stock price in early 1993, which it has not yet been finalized. Wal-Mart has a competitive advantage in areas such as distribution, information technology, and merchandising, to name a few. "Hide
by Stephen P. Bradley, Pankaj Ghemawat, Sharon Foley Source: HBS Premier Case Collection 22 pages. Publication Date: January 20, 1994. Prod. #: 794024-PDF-ENG

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