By Rachael R. WalMart 's ability to provide customers with "everyday low prices" and its presence as an economic and political force of gigantic size and influence, is the result of a process that was built on some core principles and procedures. Looking at Walmart's history and present operations helps investors understand the methodology that enables this sizeable chain to do what it's known to do best — sell cheap. As of March , Walmart operates over 11, retail units under scores of banners in an increasing number of countries and has e-commerce websites in several more. In fact, the author of the Walmart Effect , Mr.
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