pep ino molino Guest it is safer to blast the poster than to comment on the topic. Seems that is how most of the posters here think. Well, that type of non thinking speaks volumes about a poster's agenda and intellect.
now what do those two historic decisions in the last 60 days suggest.....do,do, well? sayuthink or some of the other bright light and sharp tools posting on this board, Do You Know? Apply Walmart's current management thinking along lines that resulted in these two decisions, out over the next several years. Any lights coming on ? By the way, sayuthink, that fellow what told you I don't post anything worthwhile, he taint in the know.
more truth in that than in Global Warming and proposed scam cures.
My habit when considering the correctness of a matter is to test the extremes. Can all the people, all 4-8 billion, come to the US ? Swing open the doors, help them with expenses, and provide them with heathcare,. schooling and welfare and most of the world's population will come. Wait ! Even the slow know that isn't going to work. So, no, let them come can't happen.
Illegal immigration, begs the question, SHOULD US taypayers support a unlimited number of immigrants???????????????? Why??? The answer is, NO !! That answer has ALWAYS been NO historically. The US has a quota system. Standards have always been placed, many were sent back for minor health reasons. Now these liberal nutties are proclaiming it unamerican and a break with past principles to refuse to shoulder the entire worlds burdens. Nothing could be more incorrect than the assertions liberals are making unless it would be the great global warming scam....
why, again why is this good news concerning death of nutcase ghaudest bad news for Republicans? Please don't misunderstand, the question is "why" ? We the people demand, as in, will accept nothing short of all ghaudest activity ceasing. Zero tolerance.
March 18, 2016) – Walmart, the nation’s largest grocer, announced plans today to establish a milk processing plant in Fort Wayne..... Walmart will build a more than 250,000-square-foot milk processing plant, which is expected to be one of the largest in the industry, at 2322 W. Pleasant Center Road. The highly-efficient plant will leverage the latest technologies to produce Great Value and Member’s Mark white and chocolate milk for more than 600 Walmart stores and Sam’s Club locations in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Northern Kentucky. Walmart estimates that milk processing will begin in the summer of 2017......
Well, imagine if you’re one of the few dues paying members of either group. It’s only fifteen or twenty workers (out of 1.4 million workers, mind you), but it’s sad that they’re caught in the middle of this charade and a “he said/she said” squabble between two international unions with budgets in the $100 of millions of dollars
arrested back on August 19th of last year after she attacked two loss prevention officers who tried to stop her as she was leaving the Wal-Mart
why would 6 out of 7 opt out? Bet they have inside knowledge. And a plenty sour taste in thier mouth.
Last week Walmart announced it will build a dairy processing facility in Fort Wayne. Doug Leman, with Indiana Dairy Producers, says this is good news for the Hoosier dairy industry, “This facility will be using class one product which is the highest value of milk. This is not going to end all our woes in the state, but it is certainly a good start.” Leman said Walmart’s decision to build in Indiana shows the state’s dairy industry is strong and capable of producing a high quality product, “Our dairy farm families produce the highest quality milk of anywhere in the country.” He added that Indiana has the feed, the water, and the infrastructure to be a major dairy producing state
On the company’s financial health, Wal-Mart Stores reported $1.49 EPS for the quarter, beating the analyst consensus estimate by $ 0.05 according to the earnings call on Feb 18, 2016. Analyst had a consensus of $1.44. The company had revenue of $128684.00 million for the quarter, compared to analysts expectations of $130407.04 million...breaking bread with the queen, nice, she is probably not a in and out type and likely has access to good guideness
Her Majesty The Queen In Right Of The Province Of Alberta… added WMT to its portfolio by purchasing 274,200 company shares during the Fourth Quarter which is valued at $18,357,690. Wal-Mart Stores makes up approx 0.24% of Her Majesty The Queen In Right Of The Province Of Alberta…’s portfolio
seems heavy posting about who did what to who has become the in topic. If posters here have no interest in Walmart the stock than have those posters lost their way? Tweet it, Facebook it, go back to where nonsense and the mindless abound.
nonsense plus more nonsense is still bee- sss. Go back to where ever your went.
employs the most people in 19 states...March 14, 2016 ....
According to a study conducted by the Manhattan Institute, a typical UFCW contract with The Kroger Company pays cashiers from $7.25 to $10.00 a hour, depending on age and length of time on the job. Managers make from $11.05 to $13.80 an hour
This is not just hypocritical—it makes government complicit in Mafia-type shakedowns of non-union employers...this statement made by union friendly Los Angeles paper.....Well, didn't that paper know? Know that unions are and always have been mafia controlled pay to play scheems. Please don't say these liberal dreamers don't have a clue?
Unions have been demanding a $15 minimum wage. But when passed, they turn around and seek an exemption for union businesses, effectively denying their members the fruits of their victory. The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, a member of the 1,200-strong California Federation of Labor, recently did just that. It led a fight for a citywide $15 minimum wage—while vehemently opposing an exemption for non-profits and small businesses. Immediately after the legislation was passed, however, they began lobbying for an exemption for unionized businesses