Wal-Mart is a good company with a bad rap. I used to work there, and couldn't make the money I made there doing the same thing anywhere else. So the part about them paying low wages is a load of crap.
Yeah, a lot of stuff they sell there is manufactured overseas, but then look at any other retailer and you will find the exact same thing.
As for putting others out of business, well, business is competitive, but the good local business adapt in a way that enables them to survive. Personally, I always referred people to local business if the Wal-Mart I worked in didn't have exactly what they wanted. Local pet stores, hardware stores, clothing stores, and grocery stores all got customers because I told them to look there for something we didn't have.
As for the lady and the insurance lawsuit. She got reimbursed from two different sources for the same procedure. A person should not get $400,000 for a procedure that costs $200,000. That's fraud. There's other people that need that insurance money. She should have to pay it back or go to jail. Disabled or whatever, it doesn't give her the special right to keep money that isn't hers.