Rosalind Brewer, Sam's Club president and chief executive officer, speaks to members of the media Thursday, June 2, 2016, at the Sam's Club in Bentonville. Local, national and international toured Wal-Mart facilities including the Sam's Club, the Wal-Mart Distribution Center and Wal-Mart Supercenter. Thousands of Wal-Mart employees from around the world are in Northwest Arkansas this week attending events leading up to the shareholders meeting at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville, Ark. (David Gottschalk/The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette via AP)David Gottschalk — AP
- TitleCEO and President, Sam's Club
Four years in as head of Walmart’s $57 billion warehouse club division, Brewer is upping the attack on Sam’s Club’s bigger rival, Costco. She’s looking for an edge through e-commerce, implementing in-store pickup for online orders and launching an app that lets customers pay without going through checkout. She’s also investing in food offerings (more organics), remodeling stores, and locating new ones in higher-income areas. There’s more to do; Sam’s Club’s revenue, operating income, and same-store sales were all down over the previous year.
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