Wal-Mart to add 100 digital developers in India

Bentonville, Ark. -- Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said Tuesday it will hire 100 additional developers in India as part of its @WalmartLabs unit, which is focused on growing the retailer’s social media and mobile presence globally.

In November, WalmartLabs, under the retailer’s global e-commerce group, will build an operation in India to use social media and digital technology to attract shoppers.

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- 1:49 PM
tricherson says

What happened, Wally World? Couldn't find 100 developers in America to give these jobs to? Let's hope your social campaign goes over as well in India as your labor dollars do. Why should Americans continue to support companies who are outsourcing more and more of their expenses to foreign interests? What would Sam think?

- 6:37 AM
SarrahM says

This is exciting. It is a clear proof that technology has gone so far. This is one of the reasons why business establishments need to go with the flow. This is good at some point because it makes shopping easier and it's not time consuming.

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