u...r...out. rally is now...stay out...go in peace...don't need to know why ..u...were here....or why ...u...think others needed to know
oh what #$%$, total non sense, lies, and why? What is your angle? Environmentalist ? Anti developement? Unionist? What drives your engin? Same as madmilker? Insanity?
Labor costs (26 percent) and food and material costs (31 percent) make up the majority of the typical restaurant budget....Increasing labor costs 100% to 15$ would mean a 26% increase in costs. Maybe they can sell enough 4$ burgers at 5.04 each to stay in business. However it is certain a increase to 75$ wages would close all fast food outlets.
suppose all fast food workers were paid by law, starting today, 75$ per hour? Mechanics, electrians, plumbers, and builders make that and more. What would happen?
Anyone have any questions?
2014 ... the Walmart Foundation and the U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) announced the first grant recipients of the Walmart U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund’s $10 million commitment
Walmart International grew net sales 3.1 percent to $33.9 billion. On a constant currency basis,2 net sales would have increased 5.3 percent
Consolidated net sales increased more than $3.2 billion, or 2.8 percent, to $119.3 billion.
2013 .... Walmart launched the Veterans Welcome Home Commitment to offer a job to any honorably discharged veteran within his or her first 12 months off active duty, and projects to hire more than 100,000 veterans over the next five years.
2011... targets for lowering sodium, trans fats and added sugars in a broad array of foods — including rice, soups, canned beans, salad dressings and snacks like potato chips — packaged under the company’s house brand, Great Value.
In interviews previewing the announcement, Wal-Mart and White House officials said the company was also pledging to press its major food suppliers, like Kraft, to follow its example.
readers should be wary of surveys, “which — however well intentioned, — manipulate respondents into giving answers that sound positive but don’t represent the views of the larger population or political ideology...
The Wall Street Journal, “The Myth of the Climate Change ‘97%’,” exposing these studies as a sham. They found that “[t]he so-called consensus comes from a handful of surveys and abstract-counting exercises that have been contradicted by more reliable research.” The researchers presented ambiguous questions to form a bias and even excluded prominent scientists at odds with their agenda. Bast and Spencer point out that one study didn’t even “include solar scientists, space scientists, cosmologists, physicists, meteorologists or astronomers, who are the scientists most likely to be aware of natural causes of climate change.”
This poster KNOWS it is a sham.
how evil is that? Anti Walmart nuts line up.
CardHub 2014 Prepaid Card Report.
• Best alternative checking account
• Best alternative check cashing tool
• Best access to electronic transactions
The Walmart BlueBird card which is issued by American Express also ranked as best card in two of the five categories:
• Lowest fees
• Best access to electronic transactions
Biomass tomorrows soil should be used to create energy today.
Use carbon credits to increase cost of using coal, substitute energy from batteries that's the clean stuff.
Corporations, big business is evil, they operate to make a profit.
Government and non proits increase productivity thats the way to go.
The enviorment must be prestien, people can adapt or perish.
mad, yes the name fits..
We are one. We being, all humans. ONE. Trade enables greater prosperity for all by making the best use of available resources. Moreover, if any are excluded they will seek to change that fact using force. North Korea explained, you betya. This fact also explaines every war in history that was not about religion.
Trade, milker, is good, all the time, as is capitalism. Together they result in peace and the greatest substainable prosperity for ALL. All being the ONE mentioned above.
This year, for the first time in its history, Wal-Mart will open more smaller grocery and convenience-type stores than supercenters. At 10,000 to 40,000 square feet, its Wal-Mart Express and Neighborhood Market concepts are a fraction of the size of a 200,000-square-foot superstore. Stores now double as pickup stations for shoppers to collect televisions, bicycles and other items purchased online
The next nine rules are Do not violate rule no. one. Walmart follows the rules.
Wal-Mart’s Chinese business has grown to just 405 stores.
looking to close 50 of its under-performing stores in Brazil and China, which contribute about 2% – 3% to their respective regions’ sales. Although their closure will put negative pressure on Wal-Mart’s revenue growth, new store openings in lucrative regions should offset this impact. Walmart's Chinese e-commerce business has made significant progress lately with the acquisition of Yihaodian, which is likely to positively impact its store productivity going forward.
Neighborhood Market delivered first-quarter comps growth of 5% year over year, including a 4% increase in traffic. This represents 46 consecutive quarters of comps growth at Neighborhood Market
the first fully tethered store opened on May 2. Fully tethered means customers will have the opportunity to order supercenter merchandise at a rural Walmart Express store and be able to receive that merchandise on the same day