Walmart Good for America business and finance assignment help

•  Outsourcing is when a business obtains services or products used in manufacturing, such as parts for a television set, from an outside (often overseas) supplier or manufacturer in order to cut costs.
•  Offshore Companies conduct most of their business outside of the country in which they are incorporated. These companies are also known as non-resident companies.
•  Push Production is when manufacturers of products decide what to produce, how much to produce and the price of the product.
•  Pull Production is when retailers determine what the manufacturer will produce, how much to produce and the price of the product Wal-Mart Good For America? Video Questions 

Google/Bing-  PBS Frontline Is Walmart Good for America 88:30 mins

Part I. Answer the following questions as you view the documentary:

1. What did you notice at the Wal-Mart shareholders meeting?   do you think this is different from other shareholders meeting? If yes, in what ways?

2. How is Wal-Mart able to keep track of its inventory?  Why is this important?  List the effects this has on producer?

3. Trace the decline of Rubbermaid from 1994-2004. What factors most contributed to this decline? 

4. What is an opening price point?  How does it influence sales?


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