Opinion: Is Wal-Mart's low price strategy worth price paid by competitors?

01/8/2004 | MarketWatch

Former Fortune magazine editor Marshall Loeb recalls an anecdote about the hands-on, low-profile management style of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton, and how the company has evolved into the mega-retailer that it is today. Loeb ponders the trade-off between the benefits of the company's low price strategy and its potential effect on competitors and those companies' middle-income and lower-middle-income employees.

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