Here is an update
WMT +2.13% Opps looks like they have lost even more return
KR +10.53% Even better
AMZN +12.19% another gainer.
Republicans dreaming of shooing away Donald Trump may want to think twice.
By publicly rebuking the billionaire businessman for his inflammatory comments, the party may convince Trump to launch a third-party candidacy.
That's a potential nightmare scenario for the GOP establishment: a populist outsider with unlimited resources attacking their nominee from the right in the general election, raising hell -- and attracting votes -- with his rhetoric on issues like illegal immigration.
On Friday, the five-time NBA champion tweeted that the Donald “has been a great friend for many years.”
“We don’t need another politician, we need a businessman like Mr. Trump! Trump 2016,” he added.
Oh wow another birther who hasn't been able to grasp today's tech and how many of us can be more effective working remotely. It essay to understand why today's GOP is considered the party of the under informed and the uninformed
WMT century to date +2.17%
Kroger century to date +10.48%
Amazon century to date +11.44%
Pretty much of a rule that was created by WMT losers to make themselves feel better about being so wrong. Good try to brush off the obvious, but your flawed logic continues to not work.
Don't worry he will be back maybe we can see another one of his famous melt downs where he does a 20 or 30 post rant. It's classic.
WT year to date -14.54, one year return -4.4%
Kroger year to date +20.64% year to date +36.52%
It is mazing to see some try to defend, with so much wasted energy, the Walmart corporation and all the harm it has done to America, American jobs an the American economy. However there is ALWAYS one crackpot and shep 2l998 is ours on the board....the again so is shep 21998.
Wal-Mart could be on the hook for more than $100 million in back pay after a federal judge ruled the company failed to pay California minimum wage to truck drivers for activities that included inspecting and washing their trucks, an attorney said Wednesday.
The group Americans for Tax Fairness has begun an online campaign to "Urge the Securities and Exchange Commission to Demand Full Disclosure of Wal-Mart's Offshore Subsidiaries in Tax Havens."
The group charges that “Wal-Mart has set up 78 shell companies in 15 tax havens. A principal reason a company uses offshore tax havens is to avoid paying its fair share of taxes here at home…Wal-Mart owns $76 billion in assets through just two notorious tax havens--Luxembourg and the Netherlands. This is shameful behavior by the largest employer in the United States and by a company majority-owned by one of the richest families in the World. It shouldn't be tolerated."
A national class action lawsuit against Wal-Mart was filed by a same sex married couple from New Bedford, Massachusetts this week. The case, Cote V Wal-Mart Stores was filed in Boston federal court.
The suit charges that the giant retailer violated Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act by discriminating against a company employee in health care benefits because she married the wrong sex for a spouse.