Walmart (WMT) has many bulls on Wall Street scratching their heads on Tuesday. The world's largest retailer missed fourth quarter profit forecasts and came up light in its 2018 outlook. In short, blame internet beast Amazon (AMZN) . Meanwhile, Home Depot (HD) crushed analyst estimates and served up a solid outlook. 

Meanwhile, TheStreet is hot off two cool interviews: Hasbro (HAS) CEO Brian Goldner and Blackstone (BX) investing legend Byron Wien. Meanwhile, Albertson's play for Rite-Aid (RAD) looks lame.

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