Walmart has been in bankruptcy protection since 2008.
Now, it’s about to lose its biggest customer, Ville, as well as its biggest competitor, Papa John’s.
It’s not the first time Walmart has faced such a crisis.
Walmart has lost hundreds of millions of dollars in a variety of ways, but the financial crisis of 2008 has been the biggest and most devastating of the downturns.
Since then, Walmart has struggled to turn a profit.
The company has had to cut back on the number of stores, cut jobs, and cut wages and benefits.
And with its most important competitor, McDonald’s, closing down its largest restaurant in the U.S., Walmart is losing out.
Walmart is facing another bankruptcy.
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It’s not surprising that Walmart is going to have to close stores in order to meet the looming deadline.
The world’s largest retail chain has been losing money for quite some time.
According to Bloomberg, Walmart lost $9.5 billion in 2016.
Its losses have grown every year since 2007, when it had a profit of just $2.3 billion.
Its revenue fell from $26.7 billion to $20.3 in that same period.
Walmart’s annual profit was $1.9 billion last year, down $1 billion from 2016.
It will have to go under if it wants to meet a January 20 deadline to turn over $2 billion to creditors.
Walmart says it will need $2 trillion in cash by the end of the year to survive.
The company says it has already made $5.3bn in cash available to cover its $7.7 trillion in debt.
And that’s just a fraction of what it has on hand.
While Walmart is making plans to cut jobs to meet its deadline, it says it is also planning to make investments in the communities that rely on Walmart stores.
Walmart plans to spend $1 million per store on local jobs training, and $1,000 per store to help community members get back to work.
“We are working with Walmart and our suppliers to make sure that every store in the United States can meet the new business needs,” Walmart spokesperson Emily Anderson said.
“Our goal is to ensure that every Walmart is able to provide the quality of goods and services that our customers expect.”