Walmart is making a major investment in store remodels across the U.S. in 2018. It plans to invest in new stores, revamps and upgrades at various stores nationwide. Some of the new features include increasing online grocery pickup, adding more pickup towers and introducing mobile payments. It also plans to expand curbside pickup to more stores, and invest in new technology to make shopping easier and more convenient for customers.
The retailer's investments include:
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