An Analysis and Critique of Home Depot

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12 June 2011
An Analysis and Critique of Home Depot
Without a doubt, the home improvement store Home Depot is one of business’s great success stories. Even with lumps and bumps in the retail giant’s 30-year history, the company has managed to stay afloat and even thrive, all the while going through considerable criticism and management shakeups along the way. Home Depot is either revered or reviled, yet it will not be ignored. Love it or loathe it, Home Depot is a powerhouse in the home improvement retail game. As such, the company is worthy of an analysis and critique, part of which comes from personal experience.
The Home Depot, Inc. bills itself as the largest home improvement...
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