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

Who’s responsible for the Walmart Mexico scandal?

Excellent piece from Ben Heineman Jr., a Senior Fellow of the Program on Corporate Governance at Harvard Law School, on Walmart’s Global Compliance Report and the state of the company’s FCPA investigations. An excerpt: 

“Let’s just say the numbers can be made to fib”

Walmart shareholders haven’t had a great year. Despite a hot market, Walmart stock has been flat and FY 2014 sales were up just 1.6%. But don’t worry: The flat stock performance didn’t hurt pay for Walmart’s top executives! As Gretchen Morgenson of the New York Times wrote this weekend, “when it comes to figuring the performance of top executives, let’s just say the numbers can be made to fib.”

Takeaways from Walmart’s AnalystFest 2013, Part 1

Last Tuesday, Walmart brought Wall Street analysts down to Arkansas to get them up bright and early and show them PowerPoint presentations for hours (aka the “20th Annual Meeting for the Investment Community.”) Our invitation must have been lost in the mail, but we’ve sifted through the transcripts, news reports, and PR spin, and have some takeaways of our own. Here’s the first set:

“Total disarray” store cleaner, but out-of-stocks problem persists

Remember a couple months ago when Forbes contributor and retail industry veteran Walter Loeb visited a Massachusetts Walmart store and found it to be in “total disarray”?