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In Push For Convenience, Walmart Wants To Help Shoppers Assemble Furniture, Mount TVs

Walmart has partnered with the app Handy to link customers with home-services professionals. Major retail companies are in a big movement, trying to become more than just places that sell you things.

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After Election Landslide, It's Putin's Russia (More Than Ever)

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In Push For Convenience, Walmart Wants To Help Shoppers Assemble Furniture, Mount TVs

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SXSW 2018 Recap: Hip Hop, Latin Folk and Mexican Barbecue

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Saudi Arabia: The White House Loves It. Most Americans? Not So Much

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