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Jim Walton is a great businessman. He was born on June 7, 1948 in Newport, Arkansas. He is the CEO of Walmart. He is the CEO of “Averest Bank”.

Jim Walton’s father was Sam Walton. He was an American businessman and entrepreneur best known for founding the retailers Walmart and Sam's Club. Jim Walton’s mother was Helen Walton. Jim Walton had two brothers and one sister. He is the youngest son of his father.

He is very intelligent that he show in his childhood. He got education at Bentonville High School. He had interest in games. He likes football game. After the schooling he joined the team of football and he play all-state levels well as learned flying a plane. He joined the University of Arkansas 1971 after his graduation marketing. After all that he started working at an entry level in his father’s business. The worked here 4 years. During that time he learned a lot of business knowledge. In 1975 he moved with his family to corporation, the Walmart Enterprises.

After the death of his brother he takes the position due to his talent and professional experience with the business.

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He joined Arvest Bank, a part of the Walmart Corporation as its chairman &CEO and expanded its initial business to 260 locations across over 100 communities of Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas. In 2013, Jim succeeded in a deal with Bank of America and purchased 29 of its locations for his bank along with multiple customer satisfaction honours.

Jim got married with Lynn McNabb.  They have four children. Now they live in Bentonville Arkansas. Jim arrived in the limelight for his contributions to extremist politicians & causes in Arkansas, at the state level, in 2012.

Thus, with a target in mind and a desire to thrive, Jim passed through various obstacles and struggles, achieving success for his family business of Walmart along with his own established firm.

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