Wednesday, March 16, 2011

3/16/11 Wed am Chevron Boosts LNG in Australia; Verizon Sells 4G Thurs

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Post No. 923 The following is brought to you by Intellivest Securities Research, Inc. Toward the end of this Blog is a list of the Dow 30 current CEOs, a ranking of the Dow 30 components by market capitalization and Dow 30 components' SEC filings as of February 14, 2011.

A read of Wednesday's Wall St. Journal, Financial Times, New York Times, USA Today, Atlanta Journal Constitution & Daily Report (Ga. - carries Bloomberg) yielded the following stories about Dow Jones Industrial Average 30 component companies and the Dow with stories about the Dow aggregated first and then items about Dow Jones Industrial Average 30 companies presented alphabetically, followed by symbol and Tuesday's stock prices and related data.

Dow Jones Industrial Average: The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed Tuesday at 11,855.42 down 137.74 points or 1.15% from Monday's close of 11,933.16. For the year the Dos is up 2.40%. Of the 30 Dow Jones component companies only Chevron gained and 29 declined. The biggest gainer dollar-wise and percentage wise was Chevron NYSE. The biggest decliners dollar-wise were IBM & 3M NYSE and percentage-wise was Intel.

Fin Times p24 "GE among the biggest casualties from escalating nuclear problems" by Michael Stothard says GE, Aflac & Halliburton were among the many stocks pulled lower as traders sold US equities on worries over the burgeoning nuclear crisis in Japan. Industrial stocks saw heavy losses as 3M lost 1.7% and Caterpillar was 1.3% lower.

WSJ pC5 "Life insurance stocks get hit" by Leslie Scism says concerns about claims costs & disruptions to sales continued to weigh on life insurance shares on Tues.

USA Today p4B "US stocks recover from lows of the day" by Bloomberg says US stocks escaped the brunt of a global sell off that sent Tokyo shares to their worst 2 day drop since '87. US stocks pared losses as Japanese officials made progress in stabilizing damaged nuclear reactors & the Fed Res said the economy is improving.

NYT pB1 "As stocks sink in Japan, global markets follow" by Graham Bowler says the fin'l aftershocks from the earthquake in japan gathered force as investors fled from riskier assets like stocks, oil & gold amid growing worries that the crisis could slow a global economy that only recently seemed to be getting back on its feet.

As of the open of the market Wednesday, the current divisor for the Dow Jones Industrial Average found at page C4 of Monday's Wall St. Journal is 0.132129493. The trailing P/E is 14.41 down from Monday's 14.57 (year ago it was 16.66); the P/E estimate is 12.42 unchanged from Monday's 12.42 (year ago it was 13.56), and the dividend yield is 2.46 up from Monday's 2.43 (last year it was 2.55). The Dow's all-time high was 14,164.53 on Oct. 9, 2007. The 12 year low close for the Dow was on March 9, 2009 when it fell to 6,547.05.

Tuesday's Dow Jones Industrial Average closing numerator was 1,566.45 down 10.27 from Monday's closing numerator of 1,576.72. This is the sum of all 30 closing prices. A short cut to the Dow numerator is to multiply the closing Dow by the Divisor. Now, if you divide the Dow numerator decrease for today by the divisor (0.132129493) you get the decrease in today's Dow. A $1 change in the price of any DJIA stock = a 7.57 change in the average.

The average closing price (the closing numerator divided by 30) of Tuesday's Dow Jones Industrial Average was $52.22 down $0.34 from Monday's Dow Jones Industrial Average average closing price of $52.56. The median closing price of Tuesday's Dow Jones Industrial Average was $44.24 (JPM/AXP) down 0.37 from Monday's median closing price of $44.61. The lowest volume was 3M NYSE and the highest volume was again Bank of America BAC NYSE.

If Tuesday morning before the market opened you had purchased 100 shares of each of the Dow Jones Industrial Average 30 shares (assuming you could buy fractional shares and assuming no transaction costs) and sold at the close you would have lost $1,027 ($157,672 - $156,660).

MarketWatch Tuesday 3/15/11 4:13 by Laura Mandaro says US stocks closed with broad losses Tuesday, beset by concerns over the economic fallout from Japan's nuclear crisis. But the major indexes managed to improve from the day's lows as some energy, metals and consumer stocks gained. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA 11,856, -137.52, -1.15%) closed with a loss of 137.74 points, or 1.2%, at 11,855.42. That was an improvement from a loss of 297 points at the day's lows. Intel Corp. (INTC 20.18, +0.00, +0.01%) led decliners with a 3.2% drop. Chevron Corp. (CVX 101.24, +0.05, +0.05%) was the sole gainer. The S&P 500 (SPX 1,282, -14.52, -1.12%) closed down 14.52 points, or 1.1%, at 1,281.87, with utilities the worst and materials performing the best. The Nasdaq Composite (COMP 2,667, -33.64, -1.25%) ended down 33.64 points, or 1.3%, at 2,667.33.

Tuesday's Closing Dow Numbers and Wednesday's News: All were down, only Chevron was up.

T $27.77 0.42 1.49% 25,280,746 NYSE: No mentions found.

AA $16.1 0.02 0.12% 27,784,536 NYSE: No mentions found.

AXP $43.73 0.18 0.41% 6,526,330 NYSE: No mentions found.

BAC $13.9705 0.2595 1.82% 154,273,788 NYSE: No mentions found.

BA $69.85 0.89 1.26% 5,488,287 NYSE: No mentions found.

Caterpillar CAT $100.81 -1.29 1.26% 10,822,197 NYSE: Fin Times p24 "GE among the biggest casualties from escalating nuclear problems" by Michael Stothard says GE, Aflac & Halliburton were among the many stocks pulled lower as traders sold US equities on worries over the burgeoning nuclear crisis in Japan. Industrial stocks saw heavy losses as 3M lost 1.7% and Caterpillar was 1.3% lower.

Chevron CVX $101.7199 +0.9199 0.91% 10,896,852 NYSE: WSJ pB3 "Chevron to boost LNG in Australia" by Ross Kelly, David Winning says Chevron will expands its $43.45 bil Gorgon liquefied natural gas project in Australia in a mvoe to capitalize on rising Asian demand for clean burning fuels.

CSCO $17.445 0.405 2.27% 90,572,828 NASDAQ-GS: No mentions found.

Coke KO $63.0675 -0.8725 1.36% 11,069,118 NYSE: AJC pA11 "Shareholders to have say on pay for execs" by Jeremiah McWilliams says Coke's Board will take into account shareholders' vote on exec pay starting at Coke's annual meeting on April 27.

DIS $41.68 0.56 1.33% 12,940,243 NYSE: No mentions found.

DD $52.58 0.44 0.83% 5,814,375 NYSE: No mentions found.

XOM $81.765 0.615 0.75% 18,808,087 NYSE: No mentions found.

GE $19.65 -0.27 1.36% 125,322,485 NYSE: USAT Tdoay p1B "Investors punish GE as crisis builds" by Julie Schmit says GE shares slipped Tues as Japan's nuclear crisis worsened & investors worried about the impact on GE which designed the reactor at the center of the crisis.

Fin Times p24 "GE among the biggest casualties from escalating nuclear problems" by Michael Stothard says GE, Aflac & Halliburton were among the many stocks pulled lower as traders sold US equities on worries over the burgeoning nuclear crisis in Japan. Industrial stocks saw heavy losses as 3M lost 1.7% and Caterpillar was 1.3% lower.

HPQ $41.02 0.47 1.13% 19,931,757 NYSE: No mentions found.

HD $36.355 0.325 0.89% 7,680,706 NYSE: No mentions found.

INTC $20.23 0.61 2.93% 74,260,085 NASDAQ-GS: No mentions found.

IBM $159.3046 2.0854 1.29% 5,644,674 NYSE: No mentions found.

JPMorgan JPM $44.74 -0.56 1.24% 31,572,978 NYSE: WSJ pC1 "ATM fees headinghigher" by Robin Sidel says some of the nation's biggest banks will impse new fees for withdrawing money from ATMs including JPMorgan.

JNJ $58.5075 0.6225 1.05% 13,400,039 NYSE: No mentions found.

Kraft KFT $31.15 0.21 0.67% 8,570,267 NYSE: Fin Times p15 & P16 "British MPs hit at Rosenfeld" by Elizabeth Rigby says Kraft refused to rule out further redunancies at its UK sites as execs from Kraft endured more than 2 hours of attacks from members of the British parliament over Kraft's handlling of its Cadbury acquisition. MPs were irriated that CEO Rosenfeld didn't attend the select committee hearing.

MCD $75.3 0.37 0.49% 5,797,847 NYSE: No mentions found.

MRK $31.86 0.52 1.61% 13,405,816 NYSE: No mentions found.

Microsoft MSFT $25.455- 0.235 0.91% 69,797,484 NASDAQ-GS: USA Today p1B "Microsoft hopes Internet Explorer 9 maintains market position" by Byron Acohido, Fin Times p18 "Microsoft poised to axe Zune player" by Richard Watersw say MSFT released IE 9, the latest version of its browser with new privacy features & wouldn't confirm that it will stop selling its Zune music & video player due to weak sales.

PFE $19.795 0.015 0.08% 71,207,968 NYSE: No mentions found.

PG $60.67 0.68 1.11% 11,536,301 NYSE: No mentions found.

3M MMM $89.73 -1.29 1.42% 4,654,860 NYSE: Fin Times p24 "GE among the biggest casualties from escalating nuclear problems" by Michael Stothard says GE, Aflac & Halliburton were among the many stocks pulled lower as traders sold US equities on worries over the burgeoning nuclear crisis in Japan. Industrial stocks saw heavy losses as 3M lost 1.7% and Caterpillar was 1.3% lower.

TRV $58.62 0.24 0.41% 4,817,317 NYSE: No mentions found.

UTX $79.7 1.04 1.29% 4,820,534 NYSE: No mentions found.

Verizon VZ $34.88 -0.30 0.85% 19,101,162 Dual Listed: WSJ pB4 "Verizon gets set to sell its first 4G phone" by Roger Cheng says the thunderbolt will sell for $249.99 with a 2 year contract. Standard monthly voice plan will start at 39.99 & unlimited data at 29.99.

WSJ pB1 "Offscreen, porn sites trick advertises" by Emily Steel says big advertisers including Verizon are getting scammed for paying for advertisers that aren't there who are clicking on phony porno web sites that supposedly is driving traffic to ads.

WMT $52.161 0.159 0.3% 11,882,964 NYSE: No mentions found.

Here are the current CEOs of the Dow 30 Companies:

AT&T T Randall L. Stephenson (Dallas, TX)
Alcoa AA Klaus Kleinfeld (NY, NY)
American Express AXP Kenneth I. Chenault (NY, NY)
Bank of America BAC Brian T. Moynihan (Charlotte, N.C.)
Boeing BA W. James McNerney, Jr. (Chicago, Ill)
Caterpillar CAT Douglas Oberhelman (Peoria, Ill.)
Chevron CVX John Watson (San Ramon, CA)
Cisco CSCO John Chambers (San Jose, CA)
Coca Cola KO Muhtar Kent (Atlanta, GA)
Disney DIS Robert Iger (Burbank, CA)
DuPont DD Ellen Kullman (Wilmington, DE)
ExxonMobil XOM Rex W. Tillerson (Irving, Tx)
GE Jeffrey R. Immelt (Fairfield, CT)
Hewlett-Packard HPQ Leo Apotheker (Palo, Alto, CA)
Home Depot HD Frank Blake (Atlanta, GA)
Intel INTC Paul S. Otellini (Santa Clara, CA)
IBM Samuel J. Palmisano (Armonk, NY)
JPMorgan Chase JPM Jamie Dimon (NY, NY)
Johnson & Johnson JNJ William C. Weldon (New Brunswick, NJ)
Kraft KFT Irene Rosenfeld (Northfield, Ill.)
McDonald's MCD Jim Skinner (Oak Brook, Ill)
Merck MRK Kenneth Frazer (Whitehouse Station, N.J.)
Microsoft MSFT Steve Ballmer (Redmond, WA)
Pfizer PFE Ian Read (NY, NY)
Procter & Gamble PG Bob McDonald (Cincinnati, OH)
3M MMM George W. Buckley (St. Paul, MN)
Travelers TRV Jay S. Fishman (NY, NY)
United Technologies UTX Louis Chenevert (Hartford, CT)
Verizon VZ Ivan Seidenberg (NY, NY)
Wal-Mart WMT Mike Duke (Bentonville, ARK)

Here are the Dow Jones Industrial Average 30 ranked in order of market capitalization rounded to the nearest 1/2 billion as of 2/14/11 followed by number of shares outstanding rounded to the nearest 1/2 billion:

1. Exxon Mobil XOM $428 [5]
2. Procter & Gamble PG 258.5 [4]
3. GE 229 [10.5]
4. Microsoft MSFT 233 [8.5]
5. IBM 203 [1]
6. WalMart WMT 195 [3.5]
7. Chevron CVX 195 [2]
8. JPMorgan Chase JPM 182 [4]
9. AT&T T 169 [6]
10. Johnson & Johnson JNJ 166.5 [3]
11. Pfizer PFE 152.5 [8]
12. Bank of America BAC 150 [10]
13. Coke KO 146.5 [2.5]
14. Intel INTC 120.5 [5.5]
15. Verizon VZ 106.5 [3]
16. Hewlett-Packard HPQ 105 [2]
17. Cisco CSCO 104 [5.5]
18. Merck MRK 101 [3]
19. Disney DIS 82 [2]
20. McDonald's MCD 80.5 [1]
21. United Technologies UTX 78.5 [1]
22. 3M MMM 65.5 [.5]
23. Caterpillar CAT 65.5 [.5]
24. Home Depot 61.5 [1.5]
25. American Express AXP 56 [1]
26. Kraft KFT 53 [2]
27. Boeing BA 53 [1]
28. DuPont DD 50 [1]
29. Travelers TRV 27 [.5]
30. Alcoa AA 18 [1]

Here are the latest 8K, 10Q & 10K & Proxy SEC filings as of 2/14/11:

Symbol & Co. Name/Date of Filing/Form Filed/ Comments

AT&T T: 1/27/11 2 8Ks re: 4Q results
1/13/11 8K re: change of accounting for pension
12/21/11 8K re: borrowing up to $8 bil
12/20/11 8K re: purchase of spectrum licenses from Walcomm
12/7/10 8K re: replacement of existing 5 year $9.4 bil revolving credit facility
12/1/10 8K re: redemption of all 7.8% notes due 3/1/11

Alcoa AA: 2/11/11 8K re: resignation of Carlos Ghosen, CEO of Nissan, from Board of Directors
2/3/11 8K re: FD disclosaure re: flat rolled growth opport'ties in Europe
1/25/11 & 1/21/11 8Ks re: contributions to pension plan
1/13/11 8K re: transcript of 4Q earnings call
1/11/11 8K re: 4Q results
12/8 8K Olivier Jarrault named Pres. Alcoa Engineered Products
11/30/11 8K re: pesonnel changes in management

American Express AXP: 1/18/11 8K re: comp to CEO Chanault
1/24/11 & 1/19/11 8K re 4Q results
1/18/11 8K re: write-off statistics for quarter ending 12/31/10
12/16/11 8K re acquisition of Loyalty Partner

Bank of Am BAC: 1/31/11 8K re: compensation of officers
1/21/11 8K re: 4Q & FY 2010 results
1/3/11 8K re: Agreement with Freddie Mac & Fannie Mae to repurchase $3 bil of loan to settle Countrywide dispute

Boeing BA: 2/9/11 10K & 1/26/11 8K re: 12/31/10 results & FY 2011 guidance
1/11/11 8K re: resignation of William M. Daley from Board to be Chief of Staff to Pres. Obama
12/3/10 8K re: election o Ronald A. Williams to Board of Directors and the Audit & Finance Committees
11/16/10 8K re: $2.3 bil 364 day revolving credit agreement

Caterpiller CAT: 1/27/11 8K re 12/10 deale statistics
1/27/11 8K re: results for 4Q and FY ended 2010
1/21/11 8K re: stocholders approval of acquisition of Bu8cyrus Int'l Inc.
1/20/11 8K re: Justice Dept. request for Hart-Scott-Rodino iinfo re: Bucyrus purchase
12/16/10 8K re: Nov. dealer statistics
12/14/10 8K re: changes to By-laws re: holding of Board meetings
12/10/10 8K re: election of Jesse J. Greene, Jr. & Miles D. White to Board of Directors and Greene to the Audit Committee & White to Governance Committee
12/7/10 8K re: entering into bridge loan of up to $8.6 bil
11/18/10 8K re: status of acquisition of Bucyrus
11/18/10 8K 3 month dealer statistics
11/15/10 8K re: acquisition of Bucyrus for $8.6 bil to close mid '11
11/12/10 8K/A resignation of Gail D. Foster from Board of Directors

Chevron CVX: 2/1 8K re: compensation to officers including CEO John Watson
1/28/11 & 1/11/11 8K re 4Q results

Cisco CSCO 2/9/11 8K 2Q results
1/31/11 8K re: agreement re: issuance of $3 bil of commercial paper
12/17/10 8K re: pre-arranged exec stock trading plan

Coke KO 2/9/11 8K re: results for 4Q and FY 2010
12/15/10 8K re: expiration of tender offer for notes
12/15 & 12/9/10 8Ks re: election of Howard G. Buffett to Board of Directors & Public Issue & Diversity Relations Committees
11/23/10 8K re: result of cash tender offer for debt
11/18/10 8K re: completion of note offering
11/16/10 8K re: resignation of Cathleen P. Black from Board to become Chancellor of NYC Schools
11/8/10 8K re: underwriting agreement for issuance of notes
11/4/10 8K re tender offer for CCE debt

Disney DIS 2/8/11 10Q & 2/8/11 8K re: 1Q results
1/28/11 Proxy statement for annual sahreholder meeting to be held 3/23/11 at Salt Lake City, Utah
12/14/10 8K re: issuance of $5 bil of Notes
11/24/10 10K for year ending 10/2/10

DuPont DD: 2/8/11 10K re FY 12/31/10
1/27/11 8K re: compensation for CEO Ellen Kullman
1/25/11 8K re: results for quarter ended 12/31/10
1/12/11 8K re: acquisition of Danish firm, Danisco
12/10 8K re: retirement of Jeffrey L. Keefer as EVP

ExxonMobil XOM: 1/31/11 8K re: 4Q and FY 2010 results
11/30/10 8K re: revisions to officers' compensation plan

GE: 2/14/11 8K re: amendments to bylaws re: calling of special meetings of shareholders
1/31/11 8K re: closing of Comcast deal giving it control of NBC Universal
1/21/11 8K re: 4Q and FY '10 results
12/16/10 8K re: departure of Director Sir William M. Castell

Hewlett-Packard HPQ: 2/1/11 Proxy statement re: 3/23/11 shareholders meeting
1/20/11 8K re: election of 5 new members to Board of Directors
12/15/11 10K re: FY 10/31/10
12/2/10 8K re: underwriting agreement for issuance of notes
11/22/10 8K re: 4Q results
10/18/10 8K re: election of Leo Apotheker as Pres/CEO

Home Depot HD: 1/12/11 8K re: promotion of Aaron Carmack as Pres. of Home Depot Canada
12/2/10 10Q re: results for period ending 10/31/10
11/16/10 8K re: update of fiscal year '10 guidance

Intel INTC: 1/31/11 8K re: 4Q results & 2011 guidance
1/26/11 8K re: amendment to stock option plan
1/24/11 8K re: dividend and shre repurchase program (increase)
1/14/11 & 1/13/11 8Ks re: results of quarter ended 12/25/11 & 2011 guidance
1/10/11 8K re: patent agreement with NVIDIA Corp.
11/12/10 8K re: 15% increase of quarterly cash dividend

IBM: 1/28/11 8K re: compensation to officers including CEO Sam Palmisano
1/27/11 8K re: bylaw amendment re: holding of stockholder meetings
1/19/11 & 1/18/11 8K re: 4Q results and 12/31/10 FY
1/4/11 8K re: amendment of By-laws to decrease directors to 12
12/8/10 8K re: underwriting agreement re: debt
12/6/10 8K re: resignation of Cathleen Black from Board of Directors

JPMorganChase JPM: 1/14/11 2 8Ks re: 4Q results
12/29/10 8K re: results of tender offer for 5.8% securities
12/22/11 8K re: purchase of 25 Bank St in Canary Wharf as London Investment banking headquarters
12/13/10 8K re: termination of Replacement capital Covenants
10/28/10 8K/A re: amendment to replace capital covenants re: debt
10/20/10 & 10/19/10 2 8Ks re: amendment to credit agreements

Johnson & Johnson JNJ : 1/25/11 8K re: 4Q results ending 1/2/11

Kraft KFT: 2/10/11 8K re: 4Q & FY 2010 results
1/31/11 8K re: status of lawsuit with Starbucks
1/24/11 8K re: amendment to articles of incorproation to eliminate Class B common Stock and amendment to bylaws re: shareholder meetings
12/28/10 8K re: expiration & results of tender offer for notes
12/22/10 8K re: adoption of long term exec comp. program
212/13/10 28Ks re: status of tender offerfor notes
12/6/10 8K re: seeking preliminary injunction vs. Starbucks

McDonalds MCD: 2/8/11 8K re: Jan 2011 global sales
2.7/11 8K re: election to the Board of Donald Thompson, Pres. & CEO
1/24/11 8K re: 4Q & FY 2010 results
12/20/10 8K re: departure and settlement re: Denis Hennequin as Pres. of MCD Europe
12/10 8K re: amendment of Cert. of Incorp re: designations of rights of preferred stock
12/9/10 8K re: global sales results
11/9/10 8K re: results of global sales results
11/5/10 8K re: resignation of Denis Hennequin as President of McDonald's Europe to be replaced by Steve Easterbook

Merck MRK: 2/3/11 8K re: 4Q results
12/10/10 8K re: sale of 2.2% notes due '16
11/30/10 8K re: election of Kenneth C. Frazier a CEO with Richard T. Clark staying as Chair

Microsoft MSFT: 2/8/11 8K re: underwriting agreement for $750 mil of 2.5% Notes due 2016
1/27/11 10 & 1/27/11 8K for quarter ended 12/31/10
11/19/10 8K re: results of 11/16/10 Annual Meeting of Shareholders

Pfizer PFE: 2/1/11 8K re: 4Q results & reduction of research & development facilities
12/17/10 8K re: proposed settlement of shareholder derivative lawsuit in US Dist. Ct. SDNY
12/16/10 8K re: election of George A. Lorch as non-Exec Chair
12/9/10 8K re: resignation of Jeffrey B. Kindler as CEO & election of Ian C. Read as Pres/CEO
11/12/10 10Q for quarter ending 10/3/10
11/2/10 8K re: 3Q results
10/22/10 SC TO-T & 10/12/10 8K both re: Pfizer's purchase of King Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Procter & Gamble PG: 2/11/11 8K re: election of Meg Whitman to Baord of Directors
2/1/11 8K re: retirement of Blboal Health Vice-Chair Robert A. Steele
1/28/11 10Q & 1/27/11 8K re: 2Q results
1/11/11 8K re: quarterly dividend of $0.4818 per share
12/14/10 8K re: election of Susan Desmond-Hellmann, 53, Chancellor of U of Cal. SF to Board
11/18/10 8K re: close of sale of $1 bil of 1.8% notes due '15

3M MMM: 1/25/11 8K re: 4Q results & FY 2011 guidance
12/7/10 8K re: financial outlook for '11
11/5/10 10Q re: quarter ending 9/30/10'
10/28/10 8K re: 3Q results of $6.9 bil sales

Travelers TRV: 1/28/11 8K re: departure of Blythe McGarvie from Board
1/25/11 8K results of 4Q
11/10/10 8K re: completion of tender offer for 6.25% debentures
11/9/10 8K re: modification of rights of holders of 6.75% notes due '36
11/8/10 re: purchase of 43% of a Brazilian surety
11/8/10 8K & 11/5/10 8K re: amendment of consent solicitation of 6.75% notes
11/1/10 8K re: underwriting agreement for sale of notes

United Technologies UTX: 2/10/11 10K for FY 12/31/10
1/26/11 8K re: 4Q results & FY 2011 guidance
12/10/10 8K re: election of Ellen Kullman, DuPont CEO to Board of Directors
12/10/10 8K re: resignation of Carlos M. Gutierrez from Board

Verizon Communications Inc. VZ: 2/3/11 8K re: increase to stock repurchase program
1/27/11 Proxy statement & 8K re: proposed purchase of Terremark to boost cloud capacity
1/27/11 8K re: 2011 guidance
1/25/11 4Q & FY 2010 results
1/21/11 8K re: change of accounting for pension
12/29/10 8K re: updated fin'l info re: divestiture of properties as a result of acquisition of Alltel Corp. in Jan '09
12/8/10 8K/A re: Board committee assignments of Rodney E. Slater
11/10/10 8K/A re: election of Lowell C. McAdam as Pres/COO & Francis J. Shammo EVP & CFO

WalMart WMT: 12/6/10 10Q for period ending 10/31/10
11/16/10 8K re: 3 Qtr EPS 0.95 cents and raising full year EPS guidance from $3.95 to $4.05