Walmart Restructures U.S. Merchandising
September 14, 2010,
BENTONVILLE, Ark.-Walmart has reconfigured its U.S. merchandising into four core areas, and has named executives to lead the areas.
John Fleming, who had been Walmart's chief merchandising officer, left the retailer in August. His position has not been filled.
In the memo, Simon said, "This structure aligns similar categories and allows us to be even more competitive in each customer channel, improving how we target and localize merchandise."
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