The Wal-Mart Effect: How an Out-of-town Superstore Became a Superpower
Charles Fishman takes us into the heart of the biggest company on earth, ever, to show how the ‘Wal-Mart effect’ shapes lives everywhere, whether for cleaners in America, bicycle-makers in China or salmon farmers in Chile. Now Wal-Mart’s influence is so great it can determine everything from working practices to market forces themselves, Fishman asks: how did a shop manage to do all this? And what will the ultimate cost of low prices be?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - justindtapp - LibraryThing
At first, I thought The Wal-Mart Effect: How the World's Most Powerful Company Really Works--and How It's Transforming the American Economy was going to be a puff piece on Wal-Mart, but that's not the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Maydacat - LibraryThing
Though some of the information in this book is dated, having been published in 2006, it is nevertheless a fascinating and informative look at Wal-Mart, megastore extraordinaire. Wal-Mart affects not ... Read full review