Walmart

Walmart Inc. is an American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores from the United States, headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. The... Wikipedia

  • Formerly called:  Walmart Discount City (1962–1969), Wal-Mart, Inc. (1969–1970), Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (1970–current)
  • Type:  Public
  • Traded as:  NYSE: WMT, DJIA component, S&P 100 component, S&P 500 component
  • ISIN:  [ US9311421039]
  • Industry:  Retail
  • Founded:  July 2, 1962 in Rogers, Arkansas, October 31, 1969 in Wilmington, Delaware (incorporation)
  • Founder:  Sam Walton
  • Number of locations:  10,526 stores worldwide (April 30, 2021)
  • Area served:  North America (United States and Canada) Also serves other countries under other names (for example, Massmart.)
  • Key people:  Greg Penner (Chairman), Doug McMillon (President, CEO)
  • Products:  Electronics, Movies, music, and games, Home and furniture, Home improvement, Clothing, Footwear, Jewelry, Toys, Garden supplies, Health and beauty
  • Services:  Walmart-2-Walmart, Walmart MoneyCard, Pickup Today, Walmart.com, Financial Services, Walmart Pay
  • Revenue:  US$ 559.2 billion (FY2021)
  • Operating income:  US$ 22.55 billion (FY2021)
  • Total assets:  US$ 252.5 billion (FY2021)
  • Total equity:  US$ 74.66 billion (FY2020)
  • Owner:  Walton family (50.85%)
  • Number of employees:  2.2 million, Worldwide (2020), 1.5 million, U.S. (2017), 700,000, International
  • Divisions:  Walmart U.S, Walmart International, Sam's Club, Global eCommerce
  • Website:  walmart.com
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo