NANTUCKET, Mass. — Walmart Canada has begun dipping its toes in the waters of ecommerce, the chief executive officer of the division said at an investor conference here this week. Last week Walmart Canada, a division of Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart Stores, began testing drop-ship ordering on its website, which allows customers to order product direct from certain suppliers. Initial categories include home and office furniture, video games and baby care items. Plans call for the test to ...

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