After all the hype regarding Walmart employees’ discontent with their employer and the threat of a strike on Black Friday, the long holiday weekend was saw banner sales and virtually no protest at Walmarts.
Some employees are upset over working conditions, pay and health care and have threatened to walk out or slow down their pace to frustrate shoppers and get management’s attention.
Attention shoppers! The time has come to cash in on the best deals of the holiday retail season. You may be wondering when stores open in Detroit. Check out our list of Black Friday store hours.
About 1.4 million people work for Walmart — and the site, and other union affiliated networks, are urging those workers to walk off the job on Thanksgiving.
Sterling Heights police are trying to find out why a young man drove his car into a Walmart store early Monday.
A Waterford Township woman wants to know what was in a syringe needle that stuck her while she was trying on pants at Walmart in Rochester Hills.
Warren Mayor Jim Fouts says Walmart is squelching plans to fix up the retailer’s old location at the Tech Center at 12 Mile Road and Van Dyke.
Did you see this CBS Detroit YouReport! photo taken at the Walmart in Rochester? This tired kid caught some z’s in a pile of merchandise in their parent’s shopping cart on Black Friday.
The Walmart Bass Fishing League is headed to St. Clair Sept. 24-25 for its fifth and final stop in the Michigan Division.
Walmart and Sam’s Club will offer flu shot clinics by Mollen Immunization Clinics, now available in more than 4,100 select stores and clubs nationwide.