Walmart says it is ending its online sales for men’s clothing
Walmart said on Wednesday that it would end online sales of men’s clothes at its stores and online sales at its online shopping center by the end of the year.
The move was a reaction to a sharp increase in online sales by online retailers like Amazon and eBay, which have pushed the prices of men and women’s clothes down and are raising prices in many countries.
Walmart said it was also considering other options for online sales.
The retailer said it will not sell men’s and women�s clothing in stores anymore, with the exception of some items in the store.
The company has been battling the rise in online shopping as well as a sharp drop in the prices at its traditional brick-and-mortar stores.
Walmart has struggled with its online business in recent years.
Walmart has lost more than $6 billion in the first half of this year, a steep decline that has been fueled by the online business.
Online shopping has been a key battleground in the struggle for control of the global retail market, and in part, Walmart’s strategy to keep its online businesses profitable has helped it survive.
In addition to online sales, Walmart has faced a wave of lawsuits from online merchants over its handling of its online inventory.
The companies face lawsuits from the government and other parties as well, with lawsuits by the government charging that Walmart failed to provide adequate warnings about the safety of the items it sold.
Walmart also has faced criticism for not providing sufficient warning that its online catalogues were contaminated by dangerous bacteria.