• The Waltons' Phony Philanthropy The Waltons' Phony Philanthropy Our report reveals that the Waltons give almost nothing to their own charity.
  • Waltons Richer, America Poorer Waltons Richer, America Poorer New data shows that 6 Walmart heirs control as much wealth as the bottom 42% of America combined
  • Independence Lost? Independence Lost? Shifting board dynamics mean the Waltons now control over half of Walmart's stock. What will it mean for Walmart?
  • The Face of Inequality The Face of Inequality The richest family in America, the Waltons' net worth rose 25% in just the last six months.

     

The Faces Behind the Empire

Meet Doug McMillon

Doug-McMillon2Taking the helm of Walmart in February 2013, Doug McMillion is the company’s fifth CEO. Viewed as a company insider, McMillon famously began working for Walmart as a teenager in 1984. McMillon is said to be close to the Walton family and reportedly was their choice for CEO. Most recently, he was the head of Walmart International. Industry observers note that as he steps into the role of CEO, he faces a number of challenges. Read more about Doug McMillon here.

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