Wal-Mart In The Gilded Age

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Gilded age 1878-1889 was the age of fast growth of industry and immigrants in America history.The production of steel and iron rose radically than other time.In contrast, the Western resources increased such as silver,lumber, and gold. As well as the transportation also improved. Railroad develop and move goods from resources rich west to east. At this time a lot of American reach on the top of wealth through selfishness business deals. The gilded age gets it is name from the many great fortunes created (Mark Twain). Wal-Mart is the powerful and wide range cover retailer stores in America. One of the Wal-Mart benefits were low price with a lot of items in one place. As well as, Wal-Mart has more than 40 million employee all over the nation in it is 3000 stores. So, Wal-Mart is good for most Americans by providing drop an average of 10 to 15 percent in markets than other retailer provender. For example, more than 30 percent the disposable diapers purchased in this country is sold in Wal-Mart stores. 30% hair care, 20% toothpaste, and 20% pet food purchase at Wal-Mart stores by American customers.…show more content…
In addition to, the development of technology was one of the problems of for the workers around the company, which are everything substituted by the machines instead of
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