2018 Walmart Shareholders Meeting

2018 Walmart Shareholders Meeting

For the first time in Walmart shareholder meeting history, Walmart’s top 1% has changed the rules to exclude the majority of Walmart workers from being present during business proposal votes on wage transparency and other issues that affect them on a daily basis, further silencing the voice of Walmart workers. Which begs the question…

What is Walmart Hiding? 

Click here to read the 12 Things Walmart is Hiding from Its Shareholders and the American Public

Click here to read the The Growing Wage Divide Between Walmart’s Top 1% and its Workers

Walmart brings up the rear in customer satisfaction rankings

The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) retail report for 2013, released last month, contained bad news for Walmart: The company ranked last in customer satisfaction among discount/department stores, as well as among supermarkets:

Walmart among lowest-ranked sites in new personal security report

A new study reveals that Walmart puts online consumers’ personal data at risk, given the limited standards Walmart requires for users’ passwords. Walmart was named among the lowest-ranked companies evaluated in the study, with a score of -35, on a scale from -100 to 100, where 100 is the best.

What will Walmart’s Q4 earnings look like?

With disappointing earnings reports in Q1, Q2, and Q3, Walmart brass had its collective fingers tightly crossed for a good 2013 Christmas season.

Want to know why WalmartLabs’ Goodies is shutting down? Check out Facebook.

A WalmartLabs’s subscription e-commerce business, Goodies.co, will be closing down. What’s behind the demise of Goodies and the monthly snack boxes it mails out to subscribers? A sampling of the comments on the Goodies Facebook page suggests that there were some fundamental problems with the service.

Reporter finds Walmart fails to execute on BOGO match policy

As reported yesterday the Tampa Bay Times, Walmart’s promise to match competitors’ buy-one-get-one-free offers in Florida has created confusion and delays on checkout lines – and on the company’s customer service hotline.

Dipping a toe into the comments section

While it’s usually a good rule of thumb to avoid internet comments sections, sometimes the internet can surprise you. The comments sections of an article on The Motley Fool published late last week actually contained interesting commentary on the trouble with Walmart’s “productivity loop” and the company’s ongoing labor concerns.

Walmart dips its toe into addressing store understaffing. Maybe.

For months, news report after news report after news report has identified systematic understaffing as the reason for Walmart’s ongoing out-of-stocks problem. (That problem, in turn, has been contributing to low customer confidence, weaker-than-expected sales results, and bizarrely-rigged audits.)