Wal-Mart Is Pinched by the Bottom of the PyramidBy
There’s an increasingly clear dynamic in U.S. retail: Companies that cater to consumers who are doing just fine are doing just fine. That group includes those selling fancy pickups (Ford), organic heirloom tomatoes (Whole Foods), nonfat lattes (Starbucks), and mink wraps (Michael Kors).
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