By  on January 22, 2018

As if it weren’t already obvious, several recent moves by Wal-Mart Inc. further underscore the retail giant’s focus on e-commerce and digital, where sales in the second and third quarters, jumped 50 and 60 percent, respectively.

Wal-Mart on Jan. 11 said it will close 63 Sam’s Club stores, which is about 10 percent of the fleet, an announcement that almost got lost in the news that same day about the retailer’s plans to raise the hourly wage of full-time sales associates to $11.

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