Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 36

Sure. It's a pretty broad topic and really needs to be narrowed down more. EBSCO databases are your best bet for this topic.

  1. I went to Databases and selected All EBSCO from the first page.
  2. I then selected Business and clicked continue to get in the Databases. If you are off campus you'll be asked for your COM ID and last name to get in.
  3. Search on Wal-mart.
  4. Then go to the left side of the results list and expand Subject. Select WAL-MArt Stores Inc.
  5. Also on the left side of result list, select Full Text. 
  6. You will still have over 30,000 articles and should narrow down some more--what about Wal-Mart do you want to know? If you aren't sure, just browse the list of articles until you find something that appeals to you. 
  7. To cite your articles follow the instructions in the Cite MLA Style LibGuide for EBSCO:

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