Walmart Beats 2Q Expectations, CEO Backs New Look at Assault Weapons Ban

Walmart Inc. of Bentonville on Thursday turned in second-quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations and included a 37% increase in e-commerce sales the retailer said was powered by grocery purchases.

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