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  2. Walmart Canada - Wikipedia

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    Walmart Canada is the Canadian subsidiary of Walmart which is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario.It was founded on March 17, 1994, with the purchase of the Woolco Canada chain from the F. W. Woolworth Company.

  3. People of Walmart - Wikipedia

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    People of Walmart (PoW) is an entertainment website featuring user-submitted photos of Walmart customers considered to be socially awkward or undesirable by users of the site. PoW has been promoted largely on sites like Digg and Funny or Die , and linked on Facebook and Twitter .

  4. Walmart just knocked $70 off Vizio’s gigantic 65-inch 4K ...

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    Ninja Professional 1000-Watt Blender, $69 (was $84), walmart.com Hamilton Beach Wave Crusher Blender, $22 (was $42), walmart.com Ninja Foodi TenderCrisp™ 8-in-1 6.5-Quart Pressure Cooker, $149 ...

  5. Amigo Supermarkets - Wikipedia

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    Walmart purchase. In July 2002, American retail giant Walmart purchased Supermercados Amigo, in what became a controversial business move. Claims of unfair competition and monopoly were instantly made by smaller supermarkets, because Amigo would be backed by the strong assets of Walmart. As part of the agreement made in order for the purchase ...

  6. Walmart knocks 60 percent off Samsung Galaxy Buds, plus six ...

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    (Photo: Walmart) Transport your tech in style (with a whole lot of function to go with it). This 20" Laptop Backpack features a slim silhouette, but tons of storage space. There's a laptop ...

  7. Vudu - Wikipedia

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    Vudu is an American digital video store and streaming service owned by Fandango Media, a joint-venture between NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia.The company offers transactional video on demand rentals and digital purchases of films, as well as integration with digital locker services for streaming digital copies of films purchased as home video at retail.

  8. LiquidSky - Wikipedia

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    LiquidSky was a New York City-based provider of cloud visualization, acquired by Walmart in 2018.The company's flagship product was a cloud gaming service of the same name, launched on March 24, 2017 and shut down in 2018.

  9. List of largest employers - Wikipedia

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    Employer Employees Year Country References; United States Department of Defense: 3.21 million: 2015 United States Walmart: 2.3 million: 2021 United States People's Liberation Army: 2.3 million