Wall Street’s winning streak ends as bank predicts declines

Wall Street snapped a six-day winning streak on Tuesday after a major bank warned that deeper market declines could be on the horizon. Also, Walmart reported disappointing fourth-quarter online sales — which pummeled the Dow component. At the same time, the Treasury Department flooded debt markets, which pushed down bond

Jet.com’s founder may be eyeing the exit at Walmart

Marc Lore could be eyeing his exit from Walmart, several sources tell The Post. The scrappy e-commerce entrepreneur — whose startup Jet.com got acquired by Walmart 17 months ago for $3.3 billion — suffered a blow on Tuesday as Walmart said it will rein in subsidies of Jet’s growth. Lore,

Walmart shares fall after digital sales taper off

Is that all there is? Disappointed Walmart investors raced to the exits Tuesday after the discounter reported online sales gains had slumped significantly. Shares of the Bentonville, Ark., chain were down 9.4 percent, to $94.94 at 12:53 p.m. Walmart, which has been battling to keep pace with Amazon with its online

Walmart in talks to buy stake in India’s Flipkart

Walmart is in talks to buy a stake of more than 40 percent in Indian e-commerce firm Flipkart, a direct challenge to Amazon in Asia’s third-largest economy, two sources familiar with the matter said on Friday. In what would be one of its biggest overseas deals, the US retailer

Enraged driver accused of slashing man with a machete

ZEPHYRHILLS, Fla. — A man is accused of hitting another man with a machete during a road-rage incident in Florida. A Zephyrhills police report says 34-year-old Jonathan Bailey was arrested Tuesday night outside a Wal-Mart store. The Tampa Bay Times reports that Bailey pulled his car up beside the victim’s

Man accused of beating armless, legless girlfriend

A Florida man accused of beating his disabled girlfriend told police he was tired of taking care of her and preferred to go to jail, according to an arrest report. More On: florida Tourist's sand tunnel on beach turns tragic 7-year-old boy arrested for punching teacher: cops Man accused of sex attacks on

Mom sues Walmart over ‘segregated’ beauty products

A California woman is suing Walmart for racial discrimination because it allegedly keeps its hair and skin products primarily used by African-Americans in a locked, glass display case — unfairly perpetuating a stereotype that black people are thieves, according to her attorney. Essie Grundy, a 43-year-old mother of five,

Jet.com president stepping down

After just a year as president of Jet.com, Liza Landsman is leaving. Walmart bought the e-commerce startup in September 2016 for $3.3 billion and Landsman, who had been chief customer officer, was promoted when Jet.com founder Marc Lore became chief executive of Walmart’s e-commerce business. Hoboken, NJ-based Jet.com confirmed that

Electric scooter bandits turn themselves in for Walmart theft

A couple turned themselves in after being caught red-handed stealing from a Pennsylvania Walmart and then fleeing on electric scooters. Robert Doerwald and Dawn Hosie are accused of swiping a credit card and money from a woman’s lost purse on Jan. 4 and then escaping from the scene on

Walmart offers way to turn leftover opioids into useless gel

Walmart is helping customers get rid of leftover opioids by giving them packets that turn the addictive painkillers into a useless gel. The retail giant announced Wednesday that it will provide the packets free with opioid prescriptions filled at its 4,700 U.S. pharmacies. The small packets, made by DisposeRX, contain

Walmart workers can request to get paid earlier on special app

NEW YORK — Walmart is providing workers with an app aimed at helping them budget their money and get paid before payday. The retailer said Wednesday that it teamed up with financial technology startup Even and PayActiv to provide an app to 1.4 million Walmart workers. The Even app automatically

German grocer Lidl’s US growth spurt is losing steam

Lidl is losing its appetite for big stores. The fast-growing German discount grocer has recently switched gears and will now include in its expansion plans store locations the size of a drugstore — or less than half the size of its original growth strategy, The Post has learned. After charging

Walmart yanks shirt threatening to kill journalists

Walmart removed a controversial T-shirt urging violence against journalists from its website after a news association asked for it to be pulled amid “today’s vitriolic political and ideological environment,” according to a report. The Radio Television Digital News Association announced Thursday that the nation’s largest retailer on Wednesday removed

Walmart’s prices online are now nearly as low as Amazon’s

Wal-Mart is within striking distance of matching Amazon’s online prices for the first time, a key milestone in its effort to regain the “low price leader” title. Wal-Mart has aggressively invested in making its prices more competitive against brick-and-mortar rivals since the start of the year. Now, the shrinking gap

Drunk cop left Walmart with $830 in unpaid groceries: police

A cop in Dallas who reeked of alcohol “strolled” out of a Walmart one day ahead of Thanksgiving with more than $800 of unpaid groceries, police said. Officer Christopher Hankins, while wearing a Dallas Police Department windbreaker, spent nearly three hours inside a Denton County Walmart before officers from

Walmart shares jump on better-than-expected sales

Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer, reported better-than-expected quarterly sales at established US stores on Thursday, boosted by hurricane-related purchases and soaring online sales, sending its shares up 6 percent. The retailer has recorded more than three straight years of comparable sales growth, despite slow demand and a tough retail

How Walmart plans to woo fashion lovers

Walmart.com: Your one-stop shop for groceries, homegoods and . . . cocktail dresses? The superstore is partnering with Lord & Taylor to up its online fashion game. In spring 2018, shoppers will be able to buy a selection of Lord & Taylor-carried brands on Walmart’s website. Quartz reports that it’s

Target’s stock plunges on holiday profit warning

Target Corp.’s holiday-quarter profit forecast missed analyst expectations, sending its shares down 10 percent on Wednesday as hopes faded that the retailer would make a shopping season comeback. Target has missed Wall Street’s fourth-quarter profit expectations for the past two years. It is gearing up for the holidays by

How Walmart plans to woo fashion lovers

Walmart.com: Your one-stop shop for groceries, homegoods and . . . cocktail dresses? The superstore is partnering with Lord & Taylor to up its online fashion game. In spring 2018, shoppers will be able to buy a selection of Lord & Taylor-carried brands on Walmart’s website. Quartz reports that it’s not yet

13 Amazing Drugstore Mascaras, According To Reviewers

The sheer number of affordable mascara options at the drugstore is a thrill for makeup lovers, but with so many to choose from, it can be difficult to pick just one. Have no fear, a list of the best-reviewed options is here ― and most are under $10. Whether you’re a Great Lash enthusiast

Walmart rolls out robots to make sure shelves stay stocked

Walmart will roll out shelf-scanning robots in approximately 40 stores to replenish inventory faster on its shelves and save store employees time when products run out. The company has been piloting such robots in a handful of stores. “If you are running up and down the aisle, and you want to decide

Amazon wants the keys to your front door

Amazon has plans to drop off packages directly into shoppers’ homes. The world’s largest online retailer on Wednesday announced Amazon Key, a lock and camera system that users control remotely to let delivery associates slip goods into their houses. Customers can create temporary passcodes for friends and other services professionals to

Walmart unwraps latest weapon in Amazon war

The latest weapon in Walmart’s arsenal against Amazon.com — a private label brand from Jet.com, its e-commerce unit — is up and running. The brand, called Uniquely J, launched on Friday with more than 50 items ranging from 1 lb. of organic fair trade coffee for $9.99, a 146 oz. jug

Walmart’s unwraps latest weapon in Amazon war

The latest weapon in Walmart’s arsenal against Amazon.com — a private label brand from Jet.com, its e-commerce unit — is up and running. The brand, called Uniquely J, launched on Friday with more than 50 items ranging from 1 lb. of organic fair trade coffee for $9.99, a 146 oz. jug

Walmart fires grandmother for taking dollar she found on floor

An octogenarian Walmart worker was apparently fired for very a ‘petit’ offense — pocketing a dollar bill that someone dropped on the store floor, according to a reports. Frankie Ruffino, 84, of Texas worked as a greeter at a Walmart in Brenham for nearly a decade, but was fired from the

Walmart and Jet.com are dividing America to conquer it

Walmart brass feels its brand may not be the best when it comes to selling to urban customers. The discount giant will have its youngish Jet.com e-commerce unit focus on shoppers in New York, Chicago, Boston and other large cities, while the 55-year-old discounter’s online store will focus on the rest

Walmart turns up the heat on Amazon rivalry

The sleeping giant appears to be waking. Walmart on Tuesday said online sales are expected to spike 40 percent next year — on top of a 60 percent gain in the three months ended July 31. The news — plus the announcement of a $20 billion share buyback plan — sent shares