Case Study - Wal Mart: The Main Street Merchant of Doom (Corporate Social Responsibility Case Study)

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Business

 

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Sean G

 

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October 3, 2015

 

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The company is obviously profitable - net sales totalled $256.3 billion in 2004. Thus, the foundation for all other aspects of CSR has been set very well. Legal Responsibilities: Wal-Mart has a rather poor showing in this area, being considered "the most sued company in America". It is embroiled in hundreds upon thousands of lawsuits, and has questionable labour practices...
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The company is obviously profitable - net sales totalled $256.3 billion in 2004. Thus, the foundation for all other aspects of CSR has been set very well. Legal Responsibilities: Wal-Mart has a rather poor showing in this area, being considered "the most sued company in America". It is embroiled in hundreds upon thousands of lawsuits, and has questionable labour practices...
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