Walmart’s Mission:“ We save people money so they can live better”Saving people money to help them live better was the goal that Sam Walton envisioned when he opened the doors to the first Walmart®. This focus drives everything we do at Walmart. And, for the millions of customers who shop in our stores around the world each week, it means they can trust that our brand means we have every day low prices.
Walmart’s Stock Price over the past year:
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Common St (WMT) -NYSE59.98 0.13(0.22%) 10:25AM EST – Nasdaq Real Time PricePrev Close:| 59.85|Open:| 59.79|Day’s Range:| 59.65 – 60.00|52wk Range:| 48.31 – 61.06|
Key Statistics:The Net Sales for Walmart in 2011 is USD$418,952 Million.Consolidated Net Income for 2011 is USD$16389 Million.International Operations
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Walmart’s Senior Management:
Michael T. DukePresident and CEOWal-Mart Stores, Inc.Mike Duke is the president and chief executive officer of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (Walmart). From 2005 to February 2009, Mike served as vice chairman of the company, with responsibility for Walmart International. Prior to joining the company, Mike had 23 years of experience in retailing with Federated Department Stores and May Department Stores. William S. Simon
President and CEO, Walmart U.S.Bill Simon is president and CEO of Walmart U.S. He is responsible for the strategic direction and operational performance of the U.S. business, including more than 3,700 stores and 1.3 million associates. Scott Price
President and CEO, Walmart AsiaScott Price is the president and CEO of Walmart Asia. He has responsibility for the company’s current operations in Asia, including China, India and Japan, as well as business development in the Asia region. Walmart has a significant presence in Asia with more than 100,000 associates and more than 650 units in China, India and Japan.
David CheesewrightPresident and CEO, Walmart EMEADavid Cheesewright is the president and chief executive officer for Walmart EMEA. He has responsibility for the company’s current operations and business development in Sub-Saharan Africa, Canada, Europe and the Middle East. Walmart currently has more than 1,100 stores and 280,000 associates in Sub-Saharan Africa, Canada and the United Kingdom.Prior to his current role, David was president and CEO of Walmart Canada. Eduardo Solórzano
President and CEO, Walmart Latin AmericaEduardo Solórzano Morales is president and CEO of Walmart Latin America. He is responsible for the company’s operations in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and Nicaragua, as well as business development in the Latin America region. Walmart has a significant presence in Latin America, with more than 2,700 stores and more than 315,000 associates. C. Douglas McMillon
President and CEO, Walmart InternationalDoug McMillon is the president and chief executive officer of Walmart International, a fast-growing segment of Walmart’s overall operations, with more than 4,800 stores and over 730,000 associates in 27 countries outside the United States.
Brian C. CornellPresident and CEO, Sam’s Club Brian Cornell is president and chief executive officer of Sam’s Club, a division of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (Walmart). He brings a wealth of talent to Sam’s Club, the company’s members-only warehouse operating segment that serves the needs of individuals and small businesses. Prior to joining the company in 2009, Brian was CEO of Michaels Stores, Inc. Previously, he was executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Safeway.
Brian has served as president of the Pepsi-Cola North America’s Food Services Division and regional president for PepsiCo’s European/African Beverage business. He also served as president of Tropicana International and held positions of increasing responsibility at Tropicana North America. Financial Highlights | 2011| 2010|
Net Sales | $418,952| $405,13|Consolidated Net Income| $ 16,389 | $ 14,370|Working Capital | 8.0| 6.5|Number of shareholders| 3786| 3516|Number of employees| 2.2| 2.1|
Service Lines:Walmart Discount StoresOur founder, Sam Walton, opened his first Walmart discount store in 1962. Today, there are 633 stores offering a pleasant and convenient shopping experience across the United States. The size of an average store is 108,000 square feet. Each store employs about 225 associates. Our stores feature wide, clean, brightly-lit aisles and shelves stocked with a variety of quality, value-priced general merchandise, Walmart Supercenters
Our Supercenters were developed in 1988 to meet the growing demand for convenient, one-stop family shopping featuring our famous Every Day Low Prices. We save you time and money by combining a full grocery and our general merchandise under one roof. There are 3,016 Supercenters nationwide, and most are open 24 hours. Supercenters average 185,000 square feet and employ about 350 or more associates. Walmart Neighborhood Markets
Walmart Neighborhood Markets offer a quick and convenient shopping experience for customers who need groceries, pharmaceuticals, and general merchandise all at our famous Every Day Low Prices. First opened in 1998, there are now 167 Walmart Neighborhood Markets, each employing about 95 associates. A typical store is about 42,000 square feet. Walmart Neighborhood Markets feature a wide variety of products,
Walmart Express StoresWalmart Express has been created to offer low prices every day in a smaller format store that provides convenient access for fill-in and stock-up shopping trips. The stores give Walmart flexibility in serving customers, especially in rural and urban areas where shoppers may not have access to larger stores.
Walmart.comFounded in 2000, Walmart.com brings the convenience, great merchandise selection, friendly service and Every Day Low Prices of your neighborhood Walmart to the Internet. Walmart.com features more than 1,000,000 products, plus easy-to-use music downloads and digital one-hour photo services. And we’re adding more great products every day. Recent News about Walmart:
International Ranking:Wal-Mart ranks no. 1 for the Fortune 500 for the second year in a row — and the eighth time this decade in year 2011. Wal-Mart Stores is ranked # 14 on the 2010 Forbes 2000 List in year 2011. Financials:
| WMT| PVT1| COST| TGT| Industry|Market Cap:| 204.78B| N/A| 35.36B| 32.98B| 9.85B|Employees:| 2,100,000| 471,7551| 92,000| 355,000| 30.52K| Qtrly Rev Growth (yoy):| 8.10%| N/A| 12.40%| 5.10%| 6.90%| Revenue (ttm):| 440.14B| 121.27B1| 91.30B| 69.24B| 8.70B| Gross Margin (ttm):| 25.04%| N/A| 12.48%| 29.94%| 29.94%| EBITDA (ttm):| 34.23B| N/A| 3.32B| 7.51B| 901.90M|
Operating Margin (ttm):| 5.94%| N/A| 2.69%| 7.80%| 5.33%| Net Income (ttm):| 15.59B| 752.70M1| 1.47B| 2.98B| N/A| EPS (ttm):| 4.72| N/A| 3.32| 4.30| 1.16|P/E (ttm):| 12.66| N/A| 24.48| 11.43| 22.01|PEG (5 yr expected):| 1.39| N/A| 1.59| 1.00| 1.34|P/S (ttm):| 0.47| N/A| 0.39| 0.48| 0.49|Pvt1 = Carrefour SA|COST = Costco Wholesale Corporation|TGT = Target Corp.|Industry = Discount, Variety Stores|1 = As of 2010 || All numbers in millions|PERIOD ENDING| 10/2011| 07/2011| 04/2011| 01/2011|Income Statement|Operating Revenue (Revenue/Sales)| 110,226| 109,366| 104,189| 116,360| |Total Revenues| 110,226| 109,366| 104,189| 116,360|Gross Operating Profit| 29,675| 29,638| 27,997| 31,208| |Operating Income| 5,878| 6,383| 5,896| 8,004|Total Net Income| 3,336| 3,801| 3,399| 6,056|
Balance Sheet Total Current Assets| 59,271| 55,414| 55,958| 51,893| |Total Non-Current Assets| 135,768| 138,242| 130,107| 128,770| |Total Assets| 195,039| 193,656| 186,065| 180,663|Total Current Liabilities| 67,339| 64,624| 62,051| 58,484| |Long Term Debt| 44,872| 45,238| 45,486| 40,692|Total Non-Current Liabilities| 60,537| 61,091| 59,008| 53,637| |Total Liabilities| 127,876| 125,715| 121,059| 112,121| |Total Equity| 67,163| 67,941| 65,006| 68,542|Total Liabilities & Stock Equity| 195,039| 193,656| 186,065| 180,663| Cash Flow Net Income (Loss)| 10,980| 7,487| 3,550| 16,993| |Net Cash from Operating Activities| 12,914| 9,708| 1,974| 23,643| |Net Cash from Investing Activities| (12,814)| (8,892)| (1,869)| (12,193)| |Net Cash from Financing Activities| (284)| (206)| 1,666| (12,028)|Key Statistics:Market Cap (intraday)5:| 204.73B|Enterprise Value (Jan 18, 2012)3:| 257.22B|Profit Margin (ttm):| 3.77%|Operating Margin (ttm):| 5.94%|Revenue Per Share (ttm):| 126.05|Qtrly Revenue Growth (yoy):| 8.10%|Gross Profit (ttm):| 106.56B|Total Debt/Equity (mrq):| 82.66|Sources:http://walmartstores.com/sites/annualreport/2011/http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/business/companies/wal_mart_stores_inc/index.html http://walmartstores.com/PressRoom/9689.aspxhttp://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=WMThttp://walmartstores.com/sites/annualreport/2011/financials/2011_Financials.pdf http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/global500/2010/snapshots/2255.html http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/business/companies/wal_mart_stores_inc/index.html http://finance.yahoo.com/q/co?s=WMT+Competitors
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