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Market Watch
General Mills’ makes a late jump on the Greek-style craze to fix its yogurt businessbeating the FactSet consensus of $3.86 billion. Yogurt revenue in the U.S. rea
General Mills’ makes a late jump on the Greek-style craze to fix its yogurt business
Market Watch / Posted 22 hours ago
beating the FactSet consensus of $3.86 billion. Yogurt revenue in the U.S. reached $4.9 billion in 2015, according to an IbisWorld Industry Report, with General Mills taking 28.9% of market share, Chobani LLC taking 28.6% of share, and The Dannon... Read more
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Business Standard India
How the 'Bralette' has upended Victoria's Secretin revenue last year and now controls more than 60% of the women’s intimate app
How the 'Bralette' has upended Victoria's Secret
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
in revenue last year and now controls more than 60% of the women’s intimate apparel market in the U.S., according to IBISWorld. It has reported sales growth in the U.S. and Canada every year for the last six and it continues to expand its... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Animal-rights activists cheer Perdue's changes to chicken killingdioxide or argon gas, so they can avoid being hung upside down. With an estimat
Animal-rights activists cheer Perdue's changes to chicken killing
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
dioxide or argon gas, so they can avoid being hung upside down. With an estimated revenue of $6 billion, according to IBISWorld, they are the first major company to announce that it will use this procedure, which is called... Read more
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Boston Globe
In a digital world, many now prefer sentiments on papertrade association. “The demographic has really shifted,” said Sarah Turk, a st
In a digital world, many now prefer sentiments on paper
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
trade association. “The demographic has really shifted,” said Sarah Turk, a stationery analyst at the research firm IBISWorld. “Instead of it being more of an older consumer that values paper, we’re seeing a lot of millennials also... Read more
9d
The Arizona Republic
Who makes the best pizza when you're in a rush?Payan/azcentral.com Pizza is one of America’s favorite foods. It’s a $40 bill
Who makes the best pizza when you're in a rush?
The Arizona Republic / Posted 9 days ago
Payan/azcentral.com Pizza is one of America’s favorite foods. It’s a $40 billion-a-year love affair, according to a 2015 IBISWorld market-research report. In metro Phoenix, it’s hard to throw a ball of dough without hitting somewhere serving the... Read more
10d
CNBC
Removing the iPhone headphone jack risks angering consumersin 2012 and 2013, as headphones became more fashionable and mobile phones were
Removing the iPhone headphone jack risks angering consumers
CNBC / Posted 10 days ago
in 2012 and 2013, as headphones became more fashionable and mobile phones were widespread, according to research firm IBISWorld. Indeed, Apple itself bought Beats Electronics in 2014, a move some have connected to their current wireless... Read more
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The Age
Supermarkets will be scrambling for enough free range eggseggs. Amanda Mutton at the Long Paddock free range egg property at Bungendore.
Supermarkets will be scrambling for enough free range eggs
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
eggs. Amanda Mutton at the Long Paddock free range egg property at Bungendore. Photo: Jay Cronan Industry researcher IBISWorld says the major supermarkets are responding to changing spending habits and an increasing push from customers to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Supermarkets will be scrambling for enough free range eggseggs. Amanda Mutton at the Long Paddock free range egg property at Bungendore.
Supermarkets will be scrambling for enough free range eggs
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
eggs. Amanda Mutton at the Long Paddock free range egg property at Bungendore. Photo: Jay Cronan Industry researcher IBISWorld says the major supermarkets are responding to changing spending habits and an increasing push from customers to... Read more
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WA Today
Supermarkets will be scrambling for enough free range eggssay supermarkets will never meet their customers demand if they rely solely on
Supermarkets will be scrambling for enough free range eggs
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
say supermarkets will never meet their customers demand if they rely solely on free range eggs. Industry researcher IBISWorld says the major supermarkets are responding to changing spending habits and an increasing push from customers to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Growing obesity gives small business a chance to expandof sales, like no more than 1 or 2 per cent, up to maybe 5 per cent," he says.
Growing obesity gives small business a chance to expand
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
of sales, like no more than 1 or 2 per cent, up to maybe 5 per cent," he says. "It's been a huge jump." Research firm Ibisworld forecasts the national obesity level will increase by 0.21 per cent a year, to hit 64.5 per cent by... Read more
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iol.co.za
Would you eat pizza from a vending machine?and university cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that’
Would you eat pizza from a vending machine?
iol.co.za / Posted 20 days ago
and university cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that’s growing in the US, according to researcher IBISWorld. Sales rose 3.3 percent last year and are expected to gain 1.8 percent a year, on average, through 2020. But most... Read more
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WA Today
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'
WA Today / Posted 21 days ago
in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as adviser to the board. Market research firm IBISWorld suggests private-label products make up about around 30 per cent of all food and grocery sales in Australia. This... Read more
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The Age
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as adviser to the board. Market research firm IBISWorld suggests private-label products make up about around 30 per cent of all food and grocery sales in... Read more
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21d
Sydney Morning Herald
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as adviser to the board. Market research firm IBISWorld suggests private-label products make up about around 30 per cent of all food and grocery sales in... Read more
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21d
Canberra Times
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as adviser to the board. Market research firm IBISWorld suggests private-label products make up about around 30 per cent of all food and grocery sales in Australia. This... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as
Private label pain for big chains who 'can't win'
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 days ago
in a nice bit of symmetry, Mr Corbett is back to farewell Select in his role as adviser to the board. Market research firm IBISWorld suggests private-label products make up about around 30 per cent of all food and grocery sales in Australia. This... Read more
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21d
The Columbian
Vending machines face hot evolutionuniversity cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that’s gr
Vending machines face hot evolution
The Columbian / Posted 21 days ago
university cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that’s growing in the U.S., according to researcher IBISWorld Inc. Sales rose 3.3 percent last year and are expected to gain 1.8 percent a year, on average, through 2020. But... Read more
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21d
Stamford Advocate
The 10 Best Cities For Starting a Life-Coaching Practicecropped up at colleges. The industry is also estimated to have generated $869 m
The 10 Best Cities For Starting a Life-Coaching Practice
Stamford Advocate / Posted 21 days ago
cropped up at colleges. The industry is also estimated to have generated $869 million in revenue last year, according to IBISworld. So, evidently this field has continued to grow. And that fact prompted us at SpareFoot to wonder: Where are the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The 10 Best Cities For Starting a Life-Coaching Practicecropped up at colleges. The industry is also estimated to have generated $869 m
The 10 Best Cities For Starting a Life-Coaching Practice
Connecticut Post / Posted 21 days ago
cropped up at colleges. The industry is also estimated to have generated $869 million in revenue last year, according to IBISworld. So, evidently this field has continued to grow. And that fact prompted us at SpareFoot to wonder: Where are the... Read more
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Greenwich Time
The 10 Best Cities For Starting a Life-Coaching Practicecropped up at colleges. The industry is also estimated to have generated $869 m
The 10 Best Cities For Starting a Life-Coaching Practice
Greenwich Time / Posted 21 days ago
cropped up at colleges. The industry is also estimated to have generated $869 million in revenue last year, according to IBISworld. So, evidently this field has continued to grow. And that fact prompted us at SpareFoot to wonder: Where are the... Read more
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The News-Times
The 10 Best Cities For Starting a Life-Coaching Practicecropped up at colleges. The industry is also estimated to have generated $869 m
The 10 Best Cities For Starting a Life-Coaching Practice
The News-Times / Posted 22 days ago
cropped up at colleges. The industry is also estimated to have generated $869 million in revenue last year, according to IBISworld. So, evidently this field has continued to grow. And that fact prompted us at SpareFoot to wonder: Where are the... Read more
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22d
Web Host Industry Review
Wix Takes Aim at Squarespace With AI-Driven Website Creatorare disrupting, was worth about $24 billion in September 2015 and is expected t
Wix Takes Aim at Squarespace With AI-Driven Website Creator
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 22 days ago
are disrupting, was worth about $24 billion in September 2015 and is expected to grow to $29 billion by 2020, according to IBISWorld. Companies offering online website development applications for the computer-challenged could slow growth for... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Reinvention of automat begins with sushi robots, vending-machine pizzauniversity cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that's gro
Reinvention of automat begins with sushi robots, vending-machine pizza
Lowell Sun / Posted 22 days ago
university cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that's growing in the U.S., according to researcher IBISWorld Inc. Sales rose 3.3 percent last year and are expected to gain 1.8 percent a year, on average, through 2020. But... Read more
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Canberra Times
Kogan to make Dick Smith's online business 'instantly profitable'accounts with the corporate regulator and Mr Kogan is reluctant to talk about s
Kogan to make Dick Smith's online business 'instantly profitable'
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
accounts with the corporate regulator and Mr Kogan is reluctant to talk about sales and earnings or to comment on a float. IBISWorld puts Kogan's group sales at $500 million, but other sources say sales are expected to reach $220 million in 2016... Read more
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Mashable
Sushi robots and vending-machine pizza will reinvent the automatuniversity cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that’s gr
Sushi robots and vending-machine pizza will reinvent the automat
Mashable / Posted 24 days ago
university cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that’s growing in the U.S., according to researcher IBISWorld Inc. Sales rose 3.3 percent last year and are expected to gain 1.8 percent a year, on average, through 2020. But... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Sushi robots and vending-machine pizza will reinvent the automatuniversity cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that's gr
Sushi robots and vending-machine pizza will reinvent the automat
Chicago Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
university cafeterias. Vending machines are a $7.52 billion business that's growing in the U.S., according to researcher IBISWorld Inc. Sales rose 3.3 percent last year and are expected to gain 1.8 percent a year, on average, through 2020. But... Read more
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Weekly Times
Rice on the boil after Japan blowby demand from Japan in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. According
Rice on the boil after Japan blow
Weekly Times / Posted 24 days ago
by demand from Japan in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. According to market research and analysis company IBISWorld the rice industry has had a five-year export growth, from 2010-11 to 2015-16, of 29.5 per cent, and in this... Read more
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Herald Sun
Walmart needs to grow overseas, and Chinanow, it represents just three per cent of Walmart's global sales of $US478.6 bi
Walmart needs to grow overseas, and China
Herald Sun / Posted 25 days ago
now, it represents just three per cent of Walmart's global sales of $US478.6 billion, according to estimates from IBISWorld, a research firm. The company has just over 400 stores in China, compared with more than 5,000 in the US. But the... Read more
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Weekly Times
Walmart needs to grow overseas, and Chinanow, it represents just three per cent of Walmart's global sales of $US478.6 bi
Walmart needs to grow overseas, and China
Weekly Times / Posted 25 days ago
now, it represents just three per cent of Walmart's global sales of $US478.6 billion, according to estimates from IBISWorld, a research firm. The company has just over 400 stores in China, compared with more than 5,000 in the US. But the... Read more
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Perth Now
Walmart needs to grow overseas, and Chinanow, it represents just three per cent of Walmart’s global sales of $US478.6 bi
Walmart needs to grow overseas, and China
Perth Now / Posted 25 days ago
now, it represents just three per cent of Walmart’s global sales of $US478.6 billion, according to estimates from IBISWorld, a research firm. The company has just over 400 stores in China, compared with more than 5,000 in the US. But the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Walmart needs to grow overseas, and Chinanow, it represents just three per cent of Walmart's global sales of $US478.6 bi
Walmart needs to grow overseas, and China
The Courier Mail / Posted 25 days ago
now, it represents just three per cent of Walmart's global sales of $US478.6 billion, according to estimates from IBISWorld, a research firm. The company has just over 400 stores in China, compared with more than 5,000 in the US. But the... Read more
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The Morning Call
Valley native wants to disrupt 'rickety' parts-supply marketwith plans to start a business. The HVAC and plumbing parts business is huge.
Valley native wants to disrupt 'rickety' parts-supply market
The Morning Call / Posted 26 days ago
with plans to start a business. The HVAC and plumbing parts business is huge. According to the research organization IbisWorld, the combined industries total $82 billion in annual revenue. Both business segments have no one company holding no... Read more
28d
Newsmax
Wal-Mart to Test Grocery Delivery With Uber, Lyftthe market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to
Wal-Mart to Test Grocery Delivery With Uber, Lyft
Newsmax / Posted 28 days ago
the market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to a December report by market research firm IbisWorld. One of the largest players in the segment is Amazon, which delivers groceries in Seattle, New York, Philadelphia,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Mart needs to grow overseas, and China's the big prizeprize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of Wal-Mart's global sales of $4
Mart needs to grow overseas, and China's the big prize
Chicago Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
prize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of Wal-Mart's global sales of $478.6 billion, according to estimates from IBISWorld, a research firm. And the company has just over 400 stores in China, compared with more than 5,000 in the U.S. But... Read more
28d
NBC News
Wal-Mart to Test Grocery Delivery With Uber, Lyftthe market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to
Wal-Mart to Test Grocery Delivery With Uber, Lyft
NBC News / Posted 28 days ago
the market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to a December report by market research firm IbisWorld. One of the largest players in the segment is Amazon, which delivers groceries in Seattle, New York, Philadelphia,... Read more
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Raw Story
Wal-Mart to test grocery delivery using Uber and Lyftthe market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to
Wal-Mart to test grocery delivery using Uber and Lyft
Raw Story / Posted 28 days ago
the market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to a December report by market research firm IbisWorld. One of the largest players in the segment is Amazon, which delivers groceries in Seattle, New York, Philadelphia,... Read more
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FOX Business
Mart to Test Grocery Delivery With Uber, Lyftthe market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to
Mart to Test Grocery Delivery With Uber, Lyft
FOX Business / Posted 28 days ago
the market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to a December report by market research firm IbisWorld. One of the largest players in the segment is Amazon, which delivers groceries in Seattle, New York, Philadelphia,... Read more
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FOX Business
Mart to Test Grocery Delivery With Uber, Lyftthe market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to
Mart to Test Grocery Delivery With Uber, Lyft
FOX Business / Posted 28 days ago
the market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to a December report by market research firm IbisWorld. One of the largest players in the segment is Amazon, which delivers groceries in Seattle, New York, Philadelphia,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in commonon shareholder funds (ROSF) after tax, have a few things in common, according t
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in common
Brisbane Times / Posted 28 days ago
on shareholder funds (ROSF) after tax, have a few things in common, according to analysis by Phil Ruthven, the founder of IBISWorld. Ruthven decided to look at all large enterprises in Australia, not just the home grown or ASX-listed ones, over... Read more
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The Age
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in commoncharacteristic of these successful companies is that they are focused on just o
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in common
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
characteristic of these successful companies is that they are focused on just one industry and not spread across sectors, IBISWorld founder Phil Ruthven says. Photo: Bloomberg Australia's best performing companies, or those with the best return... Read more
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WA Today
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in commonon shareholder funds (ROSF) after tax, have a few things in common, according t
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in common
WA Today / Posted 28 days ago
on shareholder funds (ROSF) after tax, have a few things in common, according to analysis by Phil Ruthven, the founder of IBISWorld. Ruthven decided to look at all large enterprises in Australia, not just the home grown or ASX-listed ones, over... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in commoncharacteristic of these successful companies is that they are focused on just o
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in common
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
characteristic of these successful companies is that they are focused on just one industry and not spread across sectors, IBISWorld founder Phil Ruthven says. Photo: Bloomberg Australia's best performing companies, or those with the best return... Read more
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Canberra Times
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in commonon shareholder funds (ROSF) after tax, have a few things in common, according t
The 10 most profitable Australian companies all have something in common
Canberra Times / Posted 28 days ago
on shareholder funds (ROSF) after tax, have a few things in common, according to analysis by Phil Ruthven, the founder of IBISWorld. Ruthven decided to look at all large enterprises in Australia, not just the home grown or ASX-listed ones, over... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Mart to test grocery delivery with Uber, Lyftthe market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to
Mart to test grocery delivery with Uber, Lyft
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 28 days ago
the market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to a December report by market research firm IbisWorld. One of the largest players in the segment is Amazon, which delivers groceries in Seattle, New York, Philadelphia,... Read more
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Reuters
Wal-Mart to test grocery delivery with Uber, Lyftthe market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to
Wal-Mart to test grocery delivery with Uber, Lyft
Reuters / Posted 28 days ago
the market is expected to grow 9.6 percent annually through 2019, according to a December report by market research firm IbisWorld. One of the largest players in the segment is Amazon, which delivers groceries in Seattle, New York, Philadelphia,... Read more
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Weekly Times
The organic formulaDr Monk says. “But our read is that it could go higher.” Working in Australia’
The organic formula
Weekly Times / Posted 28 days ago
Dr Monk says. “But our read is that it could go higher.” Working in Australia’s favour is the size of its production area. IBISWorld says Australia has the largest area of organic farmland in the world — 22 million hectares. “Most of this land is... Read more
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Japan Today
Wal-Mart needs to grow overseas, and China's the big prize ‹ Japan Todayprize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of Wal-Mart’s global sales of $4
Wal-Mart needs to grow overseas, and China's the big prize ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 30 days ago
prize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of Wal-Mart’s global sales of $478.6 billion, according to estimates from IBISWorld, a research firm. And the company has just over 400 stores in China, compared with more than 5,000 in the U.S. But... Read more
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Island Packet
Wal-Mart needs to grow overseas, and China's the big prizeprize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of Wal-Mart's global sales of $4
Wal-Mart needs to grow overseas, and China's the big prize
Island Packet / Posted a month ago
prize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of Wal-Mart's global sales of $478.6 billion, according to estimates from IBISWorld, a research firm. And the company has just over 400 stores in China, compared with more than 5,000 in the U.S. But... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
Wal-Mart Needs To Grow Overseas, And China's The Big Prizeprize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of Wal-Mart's global sales of $4
Wal-Mart Needs To Grow Overseas, And China's The Big Prize
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted a month ago
prize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of Wal-Mart's global sales of $478.6 billion, according to estimates from IBISWorld, a research firm. And the company has just over 400 stores in China, compared with more than 5,000 in the U.S. But... Read more
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The Economic Times
WalMart needs to grow overseas, and China's the big prizeprize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of WalMart's global sales of $47
WalMart needs to grow overseas, and China's the big prize
The Economic Times / Posted a month ago
prize. Right now, it represents just 3 percent of WalMart's global sales of $478.6 billion, according to estimates from IBISWorld, a research firm. And the company has just over 400 stores in China, compared with more than 5,000 in the U.S. But... Read more
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