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Tune into a very special Father's Day episode of the Questionable Intelligence Report. Mike goes to Wal*mart and meets a special friend. We'll finally find a use for Lew and Mick. Kristy will stop giving birth long enough to talk about the Eric Cantor upset and what that will mean for the GOP. And we'll thank our fathers for impregnating our mothers whether they like it our not.
This half hour segment of On the Money with Peter Hebert is titled "The Black Friday Wal*Mart Boycott." Special guest and boycott organizer Michelle Mundy explains the reasons for the national boycott. The Wal-Mart business model is based on the worst elements of globalism. It's a store front for China and thrives on exploitative capitalism on its labor force in every part of the supply chain. We've all seen the abhorrent video clips on You Tube of Americans behaving worse than stupid animals as they rush into a Wal-Mart on a Black Friday and then stampede other customers and employees ... to death.
The dads discuss some horrific accidents that took place over the Thanksgiving Holiday. We share some stories of riots across the nation over retail sales. The tragic train delrailment on the Metro-North line in NYC. The Jets official end to their season & more holiday fun expected as we close out 2013.
Shanghai is the largest Chinese city and the largest city proper by population in the world, with over 24 million residents. This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Peninsula Shanghai and the International Luxury Travel Mart. We are joined by industry insider Nury Vittachi, an Indian journalist and writer based in Hong Kong, who elaborates on the changes that have happened to Shanghai in the last 10 years and the influences of luxury travel.
Then Sarah Spangnolo of Travel + Leisure elaborates on the increase of customization to luxury travel. More hotels do their homework to create an experience that is geared toward each individual guest. All that and more on this episode from the International Luxury Travel Mart and The Peninsula Shanghai.
If you have an idea to pitch to Wal-Mart, you can be sure you’re only going to get one shot to present it to them, so you’d better make it count. You’ve got to think like a large retailer and talk to them in terms they will understand. You also have to do your homework to make sure you’re even a good
fit for the mass-merchandising giants. And in this audio you’ll hear how to conduct the kind of research you need to make sure you’re ready for the big
retailers, and how to pitch yourself to them when you are.
?? How to make sure the mass market carries what you want to sell to wal mart
?? What to do if your product is considered “seasonal”
?? How to conduct research on Wal-Mart—even if you don’t have one nearby
?? How to make deals with everyone—including your competitors
?? What to do if you discover you’re not quite ready for Wal-Mart so that you can get ready right away
?? How to prepare for the “big sales calls” to the big department stores
?? The criteria you’ll need to meet in order to sell to mass merchants
Remember, the shelves of Wal-Mart aren’t sitting empty waiting for your product to come along. If you’re going to replace an existing product, you’ve got to show buyers why they should make the switch. But nothing is worse than going into Wal-Mart unprepared.
Wal-Mart has become one of America’s most successful retail chains by offering everyday goods at low prices for working families.
But just how is Wal-Mart able to charge less than many of their rivals, and what has their success done for their employees?
Documentary filmmaker Robert Greenwald takes a look inside the discount retailer’s empire in Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price, and discovers a company short on scruples and long on shabby treatment of the people who work for them.
Danielle Barbieri, Founder and CEO of Pirc.com, a website that delivers personalized weekly sales and coupons, joins Heather Wagenhals, personal finance expert and the executive producer of the UnlockYourWealthRadio.com show, sharing smart-shopping tips and advice through Barbieri's S.C.O.R.E. saving techniques.
Learn how to the S.C.O.R.E. savings on everyday purchases you make at popular stores including Wal-Mart, Target and Walgreens. It's the little things that add up, helping us achieve our financial goals and bringing us closer to financial independence.
The personal finance radio show, specializing in a unique brand of financial literacy, airs every Friday morning at 9AM PST on http://UnlockYourWealthRadio.com. Tune in to this week's money-saving interview as you learn how to save money on things you already buy, using the simple S.C.O.R.E. methodology.
This week’s key trivia is based on last week’s key, Take Action and Make Assessment, plus Minutes on your Money and more during Declare Your Financial Independence 2014.
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