Nick white, executive vice president, wal-mart: 鈥淵es, uncle,鈥?said F茅lise demurely. 鈥淢y dear Martin, how could you and my uncle pass these napkins from that infamous old thief of a laundress. They are black!鈥? It's the performance I'm so proud of. For the last ten years, the company contributed an average of 6percent of wages to the plan. Last year, for example, Wal-Mart's contribution was $125 million. Now,the folks who administer profit sharingand this includes a committee of associateshave chosen yearafter year to keep the plan invested mostly in Wal-Mart stock, so the thing has grown beyond belief,collectively, and in the individual accounts of a lot of associates. Today, as I write this, profit sharing hasaround $1.8 billion in itequity in the company that belongs to our associate partners. "Why did you call it after St. Andrew?" said the Chief. "I never could understand why Scotchmen seem to have a monopoly of that saint, and Episcopalians a monopoly of the name of Christ, and Roman Catholics of St. Peter and St. Joseph, in naming their churches. St. Andrew was one of the least known of the honored twelve, and why he should have gained and retained such a grip of Scotland and her scattered children is a mystery to me." 激情综合网,激情五月,俺去也,淫淫网,狠狠撸,色播五月,色五月,开心五月,丁香五月,五月婷婷,深爱五月 1806. "I fear we are intruding," said the Chief, coldly. "The first time I ever saw Sam Walton was when he and his brother-in-law, Nick Robson, dropped intoa TG&Y dime store I was managing in Tulsa. He visited with me for about an hour, asking a lot ofquestions, and left, and I never thought anything about it. Later on he called me and said he was openinga new store in Fayetteville and wondered if Id be interested in interviewing for the manager's job. I had tomove myself over there, work half days for free until the store opened, and I remember sleeping on a cotin the storeroom. But he said I would get a percentage of the profits, and that appealed to me. When Iwent to quit TG&Y, the vice president said, 'Remember, Willard, a percentage of nothing is still nothing.'