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2012109期大乐透预测

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2012109期大乐透预测

One other aspect of the Wal-Mart culture which has attracted some attention is simply a matter oflifestyle, but it is one that has bothered me ever since we began to be really successful. The fact is, a lotof folks in our company have made an awful lot of money. We've had lots and lots of millionaires in ourranks. And it just drives me crazy when they flaunt it. Maybe it's none of my business, but I've doneeverything I can to discourage our folks from getting too extravagant with their homes and theirautomobiles and their lifestyles. As I said earlier, I just don't believe the lifestyle here in Bentonville shouldbe much different than what would be high moderate income in most other places. But from time to timeI've had a hard time holding back folks who have never had the opportunity to get their hands on the kindof money they've made with their Wal-Mart stock holdings. Every now and then somebody will dosomething particularly showy, and I don't hesitate to rant and rave about it at the Saturday morningmeeting. And a lot of times, folks who just can't hold back will go ahead and leave the company. 2012109期大乐透预测 One other aspect of the Wal-Mart culture which has attracted some attention is simply a matter oflifestyle, but it is one that has bothered me ever since we began to be really successful. The fact is, a lotof folks in our company have made an awful lot of money. We've had lots and lots of millionaires in ourranks. And it just drives me crazy when they flaunt it. Maybe it's none of my business, but I've doneeverything I can to discourage our folks from getting too extravagant with their homes and theirautomobiles and their lifestyles. As I said earlier, I just don't believe the lifestyle here in Bentonville shouldbe much different than what would be high moderate income in most other places. But from time to timeI've had a hard time holding back folks who have never had the opportunity to get their hands on the kindof money they've made with their Wal-Mart stock holdings. Every now and then somebody will dosomething particularly showy, and I don't hesitate to rant and rave about it at the Saturday morningmeeting. And a lot of times, folks who just can't hold back will go ahead and leave the company. As to seeing dear old Whitford again, you know I mean to run down here in the summer; or at least early in the autumn, when Parliament rises. BOB CLARK, WAL-MART TRUCK DRIVER, BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS: "One time Sam and I got invited to a fancy quail hunt on one of those south Georgia plantations. Theytold us they'd pick us up at this landing strip. So we flew in there, and there were all these corporate jetslined up. Well, this guy in a Mercedes pulls up to get us. You should've seen the look on his face whenSam opened up the back of that plane, and his five dogs came flyin' out of there. They weren't expectinganybody to bring their own dogs. They had to haul them in that Mercedes."As you can see, I'm not all work. I like to play as much as the next guy. And I have to admit, backaround 1974 I was awfully tempted to take more time for myself, -to step back and let Ron Mayer andthe other guys run the company, while I went off to enjoy life. Around that same time, Helen and I wenton some of our overseas trips, although I'm sure I spent most of my time over there nosing around storesand doing business. I believe our way of looking at things is going to come into its own in this decade, and the next century. 鈥淲ill you give me leave to ask you only one thing, Miss?鈥? To Mr. Diamond. Please say that I will receive Mr. Powell at one o'clock to-morrow, if that suits him. CLAUDE HARRIS: We would very much like to recommend purchase of the stock . . . Unfortunately, however, the future ofthe company appears uncertain, and we think that Wal-Mart is one of those threshold companies thatruns the risk of stumbling. "The great thing about the Saturday morning meeting is how totally unpredictable it is. Sometimes youget your soul bared in there. By that I mean somebody may not have been doing their job so well, andthey don't get publicly castigated, but they get gently chided in front of everybody. Or it can be a form ofcounseling. I'll never forget the chairman saying to me one time in front of everybody that I ought to stopand think sometimes before I talked. And I had it coming. I was being really derogatory in my remarks,really sticking it to another division of the company pretty hard, and it wasn't the right place to do it. Iwas publicly counseled in that meeting and it stuck. One other aspect of the Wal-Mart culture which has attracted some attention is simply a matter oflifestyle, but it is one that has bothered me ever since we began to be really successful. The fact is, a lotof folks in our company have made an awful lot of money. We've had lots and lots of millionaires in ourranks. And it just drives me crazy when they flaunt it. Maybe it's none of my business, but I've doneeverything I can to discourage our folks from getting too extravagant with their homes and theirautomobiles and their lifestyles. As I said earlier, I just don't believe the lifestyle here in Bentonville shouldbe much different than what would be high moderate income in most other places. But from time to timeI've had a hard time holding back folks who have never had the opportunity to get their hands on the kindof money they've made with their Wal-Mart stock holdings. Every now and then somebody will dosomething particularly showy, and I don't hesitate to rant and rave about it at the Saturday morningmeeting. And a lot of times, folks who just can't hold back will go ahead and leave the company. But, Sir Stanrich, I've been sunburned a dozen times at these conjunctions....