23 In 1988, Walton stepped down as CEO and was replaced by David Glass.
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They have enlisted the help of former Epix CEO, Mark Greenberg, to help develop a low-cost subscription video-streaming service.62 2011present: Continued developments edit Truck converted to run on biofuel Walmart 's truck fleet logs millions of miles each year, and the company planned to double the fleet's efficiency between 2063 The truck pictured on the right is one of 15 based at Walmart.181 182 Sam's Club edit Main article: Sam's Club Sam's Club is a chain of warehouse clubs that sell groceries and general merchandise, often in bulk.243 In August 2012, Walmart announced its Polaris search engine.Archived from the original on March 15, 2016.Sheryl Gay Stolberg (January 20, 2011).133 Walmart announced on March 14, 2018 that it would expand online delivery to 100 metropolitan regions in the United States, the equivalent of 40 percent of households, by the end of the year of 2018." Walmart Shares Jump Following Acquisition, Leading Dow Higher".294 Criticism and controversies edit Main article: Criticism of Walmart Walmart has been subject to criticism from various groups and individuals, including labor unions, community groups, grassroots organizations, religious organizations, environmental groups, and the company's own customers and employees.95 In 2015 under CEO Doug McMillon, Walmart began a company-wide campaign to reduce crime that included spot-checking receipts at exits, stationing employees at self-checkout areas, eye-level security cameras in high-theft areas, use of data analytics to detect credit fraud, hiring off-duty police and private.Archived from the original on September 5, 2017.The stores were sold to the German company Metro during Walmart 's fiscal third quarter.130 Walmart priced it at 49 dollars per year, compared to Amazon Prime's 99 dollar per year price.Archived from the original on January 24, 2012.175 Forbes magazine contributor Adam Hartung also commented that the bribery scandal was a reflection of Walmart 's "serious management and strategy troubles stating, "scandals are now commonplace.