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  1. I saw this book for sale on their website and would like to know if the Walton's sell any books similar to this with an anti-Presbyterian theme? I remember the Walton's attending the Presbyterian church in Bentonville, Arkansas Could Wal*Mart be considered a purveyor of "hate speech"? Will JW's boycott Wal*Mart?
  2. Walmart (+2.07%) rolled out a plan to help fund its employees' college tuition, books, and fees. For just $1 a day, Walmart employees will be able to earn an associate's or bachelor's degree in Business or Supply Chain Management, or pursue a minor in yodeling. Which schools? The University of Florida, Brandman University, and Bellevue University (go Bruins!)—colleges that specialize in adult learning. Why it's a big deal: With 1.4 million workers, Walmart is the largest private U.S. employer. And as you might have heard...it doesn't have a great reputation for how it treats employees. But it can't afford that reputation anymore Unemployment is below 4%, which means companies are in a giant rugby scrum for qualified workers. What that looks like IRL: Employers are pulling out all the stops (raising the minimum wage, expanding parental leave, tuition reimbursement) to attract and retain qualified workers.
  3. Thankfully Walmart allows trucks to park overnight in their lots or these people may have never been found.
  4. I love the idea of having my items ready for pickup as I walk in the store. Evidently it holds up to 300 packages inside. I personally would have chosen a blue or green color for the kiosk though. This color denotes "cautiion" to me personally. (Although I do NOTICE it very well which might have been the idea) Questions remain though: Will a line start to form at the pickup kiosk? Where does the payment transaction happen? Online or right at the kiosk?
  5. What a ship...no wonder 'Made in China ' is displacing North American made goods big time. This monster transports goods across the Pacific in just 5 days! Another two will soon be commissioned.. These ships were commissioned by Wal-Mart - to get its imported goods from China ... They hold an incredible 15,000 containers and have a 207 foot deck beam! A full crew is just 13 people on a ship longer than a US Aircraft Carrier, which has a crew of 5,000. With its 207' beam it is too big to fit through the Panama or Suez Canals ... It is strictly transpacific. Cruise speed: 31 knots. The goods arrive four days before the typical container ship (18-20 knots) on a China-to-California run. 91% of Walmart products are made in China. So this behemoth is hugely competitive - even if carrying perishable goods. The ship was built in 5 sections. The sections are floated together and then welded. The command bridge, higher than a 10-story building, has 11 cargo crane rigs that can operate simultaneously unloading the entire ship in less than two hours. Additional info: Country of origin - Denmark Length - 1,302 ft Width - 207 ft Net cargo - 123,200 tons Engine - 14 cylinders in-line diesel engine (110,000 BHP) Cruise Speed - 31 knots Cargo capacity - 15,000 TEU (1 TEU = 20 cubic feet) Crew - 13 people! First trip - Sept. 08, 2006 Construction cost - US $145,000,000+ Silicone painting applied to the ship bottom reduces water resistance and saves 317,000 gallons of fuel annually. Editorial Comment! A documentary in late March, 2010, on the History Channel, noted that all of these containers are returned to China, EMPTY! Yep, that's right. We send nothing back on these ships. Enough said! Via Tina B.
  6. Alix Steel reviews Wal-Mart's fourth-quarter earnings report. (Source: Bloomberg)
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