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With Wal-Mart raising the entry-level wage for workers to $9 an hour, pressure is mounting for other private employers to follow suit.
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Wal-Mart Stores will change its labor policy to allow full-time employees to use their sick days as soon as they get ill, the company said.
Of 14 analyst updates on Wal-Mart since its wage hike announcement, not one was positive.
Rose Thomas, author of The Londoner Blog, says social media platforms like Instagram are driving growth for fashion designers.
While the wage hike will provide some much-needed financial relief for Wal-Mart workers, there's a bigger beneficiary of the move.
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Erika Nilsson-Humphrey, founder of Dappad, says menswear fashion could overtake womenswear by 2018.
Wal-Mart's new wage costs by state, shows how the updated minimum wage will affect their spending in each state.
When the biggest retailer in the world talks wages, other companies are going to listen.
Discussing the state of retail and Wal-Mart's impact on minimum wage, with David Zervos, Jefferies; CNBC.com's Eric Chemi; FM trader Jon Najarian and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Gerald "Jerry" Storch, Hudson's Bay Company CEO, applauds Wal-Mart for raising its wages and provides insight on the state of discount retailers.
Wal-Mart's decision to raise wages just goes to show you that free market economics work. This is a good sign for the US economy.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Wal-Mart's latest move will help the company in the long term.
Wal-Mart is raising wages because worker pride is vital to running a good retail business, CEO Doug McMillion tells CNBC.
The move ensures hourly workers will earn at least $1.75 above today's federal minimum wage, or $9 per hour, in April.
Wal-Mart will report its earnings later today. Burt Flickinger, managing director at Strategic Resource Group, discusses what he's expecting.
A retail expert says that retailers will start planning ahead for similar scenarios by crafting contingency plans.