What is your opinion on Wal-Mart's business practices?
How do you feel about Wal-Mart's business practices? Do they help or hurt the economy?
Definately hurt the economy and small business. When they started selling caskets and urns online, that was it for me. Haven't been in one in over 20 years.
by Kenneth J Moore Jr. 5 years ago
Should whistleblowers be shunned or applauded for bringing a true glimpse into business practices?
by Jerad Maplethorpe 8 years ago
Hubpages might take the link down on this page, but this hub contains the main concept I want to discuss: <link snipped>Basically, we need to demand that the big corporations like McDonalds and Wal•Mart pay their employees a respectable wage. These companies are absolutely filthy rich, and...
by Stacie L 4 years ago
November 18, 2013 | Wal-Mart doesn’t pay its employees enough of a wage so that they can afford to buy quality food for Thanksgiving. So one store in Cleveland had a novel idea: launch a food drive for its own employees. It’s targeted at the low-wage workers who could afford...
by Amanda S 6 years ago
Would building the Maglev help or hurt the economy?I think it would be a great idea to begin construction of the Maglev monorail here in the US. Not only would it bring us into the future but it is a form of clean, more efficient transportation. Millions of jobs would be created, our reliance on...
by Whitney 8 years ago
Company A has several writers employed to write articles ranging from 100-400 words, paying $1-$4 an article. Customers pay Company A to have their writers write articles with certain keywords and word counts. A writer for Company A is able to complete many projects for the month. On the last day...
by peter565 2 years ago
What is ur opinion on the law recognizing polygamy marriage?I laughed, when hearing Christian saying "legalization of gay marriage would leads to legalization of polygamy", because I think, if the imbalance between men and women surpass 1:2(happen In Russia and China now) lots of people...
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