Wal-Mart ... regrets any inconvenience to our customers.
If you look at who offers insurance, it's fairly uncommon to offer benefits to part-time employees.
The consumer becomes more aware of the cost of their medical care. It's not just $20 (for a co-pay) to go to a doctor. You understand that it may cost $100 to $120 to go to that doctor. Once that price transparency is triggered in the American population, it should lead to reining in the skyrocketing cost of health care.
Women's health is a high priority for Wal-Mart, so clearly there are broader considerations, and we are giving this a lot of thought.
Women's health is a high priority issue for Wal-Mart, and we are currently giving this issue a lot of thought.
We will be receiving local incentives in a very small number of these projects.