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<h2> <img alt="" src="/sites/retailingtoday.com/files/wsn3_0_thb.png" style="float: right; margin: 10px;" /><strong>WALMART SUPPLIER NEWS</strong></h2> <p>The fourth quarter edition of <em>Walmart Supplier News</em> is now available for viewing. This digital edition is brought to you by Delta Associates and is available by <a href="/content/walmart-supplier-news-q4-2014">clicking here</a>. <em>Walmart Supplier News</em> is published quarterly and is your source for insight and analysis of the business issues and trends involving Walmart, its trading partners and service companies.</p> <p>Want to check out older issues? <a href="/content/walmart-supplier-news-archives">Click here.</a></p>

Walmart

Walmart lights the way on solar energy

Walmart is fulfilling its promise earlier this year to make a big investment in solar energy: The retailer has accepted bids from SunEdison and SolarCity to install as many as 400 new solar systems on its facilities over the next four years.  

Top 10 holiday spending myths revealed

With consumer surveys and holiday forecasts a dime dozen this time of year, Customer Growth Partners CEO Craig Johnson offers his take on some of the biggest fallacies regarding retail spending.

Walmart learns price match lesson

Never underestimate the creativity of unscrupulous customers is the key takeaway for all retailers following Walmart’s effort to implement a liberal price match policy this week.

Thanksgiving costs 34% less at Walmart

Walmart customers shopping for a traditional Thanksgiving meal can plan a 10-person dinner for $32.64, or 34 percent less than average, according to the nation’s largest farm group.

Last chance: Huff event deadline nears

Walmart EVP of merchandise operations Scott Huff is scheduled to address members of the Bentonville Bella Vista Chamber of Commerce at an upcoming event.

Walmart gives gift of positive comps

Walmart’s same store sales turned positive during the third quarter, ending a two year drought, prompting the company to forecast a U.S. comp increase of as much as 1% during the fourth quarter.

Walmart gives gift of positive comps

Walmart’s same store sales turned positive during the third quarter, ending a two year drought, prompting the company to forecast a U.S. comp increase of as much as 1% during the fourth quarter.