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Dr Sarah Taber @SarahTaber_bww
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Yes & no. They got themselves a certain amount of profitability through exploitative behavior.

This does not negate the fact that a business of their size would still be making MORE were it properly run, with good worker training & retention.
(And that the local businesses Wal-mart ran out of town often had their own issues with poor operations, which made them vulnerable to Wal-Mart's tactics in the first place.)
If you want to understand what's going on with Wal-Mart, you need to read The Good Jobs Strategy. It specifically addresses these questions that you have w/r/t Wal-Mart.

barnesandnoble.com/w/the-good-job…
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