Profile Overview: Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Fortune 1000 Rank: 1
- 1 in FORTUNE 1000 (May 2011)
- 1 in FORTUNE 500 (May 2011)
- 19 in FT Global 500 (June 2011)
- S&P 500
- Dow Jones Industrials
- Dow Jones Global Titans
|Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.||Rank 1, Public Company|
|Number of Employees||2,100,000|
|HeadQuarters||702 SW 8th St. Bentonville, AR 72716|
|CEO||Michael T. Duke|
|Industry||Retailers; General Merchandise|
|Current Market Cap||199.6b|
|Company Financials||$ millions||% Change From||Latest Quarter $ Millions|
Despise or admire, Wal-Mart is not to be ignored. This megalith of a company, consistently making the number one grade on the Fortune 1000 list, is a tour de force that shows no sign of slowing down - much less stopping. With stores in every niche of the world, this behemoth has already influenced this century more than is measurable. Considering the 2011 sales, and the relatively young CEO, one can only assume a continuum of the same.
As the world bites its fingernails hoping for an economic shift, Wal-Mart has been quick to take advantage of their brand image of being an Everyman's affordable alternate shopping spot.
- Chairman, President, CEO, and Director: Michael T. (Mike) Duke
- EVP and CFO: Charles M. Holley Jr.
- EVP and CIO: Rollin L. Ford
- EVP Corporate Affairs and Government Relations: Leslie A. Dach
- Fiscal Year-End
- 2011 Sales (mil.)
- 1-Year Sales Growth
- 2011 Net Income (mil.)
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- 2011 Employees
- 1-Year Employee Growth
- Costco Wholesale
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