good move for TGT. They are a consumer product business in which your purchase is paid for immediately. With pharmacy products you get paid when the insurance company decides to.
ronald , Greece debacle affects the stock market . Its the excuse that acts as a fill-in for whenever the market goes down a bit. They won't leave the Euro since they're in the drivers seat. Its the creditors who are worried. Concerned that Greece will not fulfill their obligations since there are really no consequences. So what to do ? Kick the can down the road again. IMHO
borrowing at 1 % interest. Cannot beat that. Nobrainer. When the stock rises as it should (think positive now.....a good company like TGT....) will beat estimates....... then they're sitting on millions. If you don't agree with this scenario, you should SELL immediately since you can go elsewhere to make money.
various, most employees were not "in it for the money " so to speak. They were interested in a "steady job" with good benefits and not thinking about retirement necessarily and or any bonuses, payouts etc. I'm of that category. Made enough for the mortgage, colleges (much, much less expensive then) and weddings (less expensive then also since our tastes were sane). One car, one tv, one phone on the wall AND only ONE working spouse.
I apologize hiker. I was trying to make light of the fact that not many could "explain" the article. I read it several times and it gave me a headache.
that's not how it works. You have it the other way around, although IBM would not buy Apple. Makes absolutely no sense either way. You need further instruction in basic economics.
how hard do you work ? Do you have any incentive to work hard or do you space out your work.
I agree completely. I worked for IBM for 36 yrs and with not a dull day. Every day was not only a challenge and interesting but also a day of fulfillment. Knowing when you started out on Monday morning, IBM
'"had your back". Family was first for IBM. "Respect for the individual" was a TJ Watson signifier. Customer service was of the utmost even though their competition was insignificant early on. They bent over backwards to keep the employee and the CUSTOMER happy.