The New Age of Walmart DVD explores whether change is meaningful or window-dressing at the world's largest retailer. In the five years since CNBC first took viewers inside the company, Walmart has reacted to increasing legal and critical challenges and plummeting stock prices. In the New Age of Walmart DVD, David Faber returns to see if public pressure has forced change at this controversial powerhouse. br>
In The New Age Of Walmart DVD, CNBC's David Faber takes you back inside the biggest company in the world for an all-new, unprecedented look. Over the last five years, Walmart has encountered an onslaught of lawsuits, intense criticism and a plummeting stock price, resulting in a time of tumultuous change and re-invention for the company. In the Walmart DVD, Faber investigates whether the new leadership, aggressive green policies, and a full-scale store overhaul signify real change or are merely for publicity.
In this CNBC DVD, Faber also reveals how, in today's challenging economy, while many companies are closing stores or going bankrupt, Walmart continues to grow. Walmart Stores Inc. is outperforming its major competitors with its focus on low prices and improved efficiency throughout its supply chain during the recession.
- DVD includes more than 20 minutes of bonus material
Buy The New Age of Walmart DVD and see for yourself whether a giant corporation can embrace reform.