Scott to Bed Bath: 'I'm Watching'

Felgner, Brent
October 2004
Home Textiles Today;10/18/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the statement of Wal-Mart Store Inc.'s chief executive officer Lee Scott and indicates soft home is targeted for growth and acknowledged Bed Bath & beyond as a chief competitor. While reiterating its commitment to Everyday Low Prices on its shelves, it also referenced its equal commitment to being the Everyday Low Cost operator and buyer. Scott said that they are in the retail units (every week) understanding what is happening at the customer level. They are in the competition, whether it be Walgreens, or Bed Bath & Beyond, or Tractor Supply, or Target, or Costco or whoever else.


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