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Signage outside a Walmart store in Albany, New York.
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Walmart Inc. and DoorDash Inc. are ending their four-year delivery partnership.
“We have agreed to part ways,” Walmart said in an email Friday. “We’d like to thank DoorDash for their partnership and support of our customers the past several years.”