Wednesday, September 3, 2014

9/3/14 Wed. am Possible Credit Card Security Breach at Home Depot
by Dan Kolber

Post No. 2,813 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, and a   recent ranking of the Dow 30 components by market capitalization  and a summary of recent Dow 30 components'  SEC filings.

A  read of the print editions of  Wednesday's  Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Investor's Business Daily, 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 a separate table of Dow component's symbol and Tuesday's  closing   stock prices and related data in alphabetical order.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average: The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed  Tuesday at 17067.56 down 30.89 or 0.18%  from Friday's close of 17098.45. For the year the Dow is up 2.96%.  Of the Dow components  9 gained and 21 declined.  The biggest gainer   dollar-wise  and percentage-wise was Visa up $2.21 or 1.04%.  The biggest decliner   dollar-wise   and percentage-wise was Home Depot down $2.35 or 2.51%.

WSJ pC4 "Most stocks start sept with a step back" by Saumya Vaishampayan says  the energy sector was the worst performer on the S&P with Chevron falling $1.92 and Exxon down 97 cents.

NYT pB9 "Market slips slightly, despite positive US economic news, AJC pA11 "Stocks market slips slightly" by AP say due to weaker global growth the market had a tiny loss.

FT p23 "Biotechs advance after broker expects deals boost to earnings" by Eric Platt says US equity markets wavered following a Mon holiday.

IBD pB5 "Indexes mixed as market returns from labor day" by Juan Carlos Arancibia says Tues action saw indexes narrowly mixed as vol picks up while the current outlook is confirmed trend.

As of the open of  the market on Wednesday the current divisor for the Dow Jones Industrial Average found at page C5 of  Wednesday's Wall St. Journal is 0.15571590501117.  Wednesday's trailing P/E   ratio is 16.20 up from Tuesday's   trailing P/E ratio of 16.19  (last year it was 15.47).  Wednesday's P/E estimate is 15.10 unchanged from Tuesday's P/E estimate of 15.10 (year ago it was 13.47) and Wednesday's dividend yield is 2.19 down from  Tuesday's dividend yield of 2.23  (last year it was 2.49). The Dow's all-time high was 17138.20 on July 16,  2014. 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 numerator is 2657.69 down  4.81  from  Friday's   numerator of 2662.50.  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 change for today by the divisor (0.15571590501117) you get the change in today's Dow. A dollar increase or decrease in a Dow stock results in a $6.42 change in the Dow Index.

The average closing price (the closing numerator divided by 30) of  Tuesday's Dow Jones Industrial Average was $88.59 down 16 cents from Friday's  average closing price of $88.75.  The median closing price of  Tuesday's Dow Jones Industrial Average was $88.06  (UNH/AXP) down 12 cents from Friday's median closing price of $88.12 (UNH/AXP). The lowest volume was  3M and the highest volume was Intel.

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 or dividends) and sold at the close you would have lost $481  ($266,250 - $265,769).

9/2/14 Tues. 4:13 MarketWatch by Victor Reklaitis & Sara Sjolin says
U.S. stocks mostly pulled back Tuesday, as the S&P 500 lost a little steam after achieving a record close on Friday.  A reading on U.S. manufacturing topped expectations but didn’t spark an advance, with the stock market instead starting off September on a down note. “A lot of that was probably already built into the market,” said Bruce Bittles, chief investment strategist at Robert W. Baird & amp; Co., referring to the encouraging manufacturing report. He noted that stocks achieved strong gains in August partly in anticipation of such upbeat economic data. The S&P 500 SPX, -0.05%  edged down 1.09 points, or less than 0.1%, to 2,002.28, staying above the milestone level of 2,000. The benchmark hit an intraday record just over 2,006 shortly after the opening bell, but then turned negative. The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.18%   fell 30.89 points, or 0.2%, to 17,067.56, while the Nasdaq Composite COMP, +0.39% gained 17.92 points, or 0.4%, to 4,598.19.  Movers and shakers: Staples Inc. SPLS, +8.13% jumped 8.1%, performing best among S&P 500 stocks, after Credit Suisse hiked its rating for the retailer to outperform.

Apple Inc. AAPL, +0.78%  ended up 0.8% at an all-time closing high, as buzz builds around a Sept. 9 event where the iPhone 6 is expected to be unveiled. Tesla Motors Inc. TSLA, +5.35%  jumped 5.3%, also achieving a closing record, as Stifel Nicolaus hiked its rating for the car company to buy and set a $400 price target.

Wynn Resorts Ltd. WYNN, -4.06%  fared worst among S&P 500 stocks, losing 4.1%. Casino operators fell following news of an August drop in gambling revenue in Macau.
What strategists are saying: The S&P 500 topped 2,000 for the first time last week, and analysts already are talking about the next milestone.
Morgan Stanley strategists said in a note on Tuesday that the bull market could run for another five years and carry the S&P close to 3,000.The stock market is likely to keep “grinding higher,” helped by foreign investors for whom it’s “the only place to go,” said Baird’s Bittles. But investors should remain aware of risks in the market, including the fact that zero interest-rate policies mean central bankers can’t lower rates to counter outside shocks, according to Bittles.A pullback by the market isn’t surprising given the liquidity that’s built up from the Federal Reserve’s stimulus efforts, said Colin Cieszynski, chief market strategist at CMC Markets. “It’s been defying gravity a little bit,” he told MarketWatch.He predicted a “choppy, churny phase” for stocks for at least a couple of months, noting that September historically has been a weak period for equities. Manufacturing momentum: The day’s data highlight was the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing reading, and that came in at 59.0%, easily topping expectations. Construction spending jumped 1.8% in July, also above expectations, and the final reading for Markit’s U.S. manufacturing purchasing managers index was 57.9 in August, down slightly from the flash reading of 58.0.This week’s biggest economic news is expected to be Friday’s jobs report. Other markets: Asian equities closed mainly higher, while European stocks finished narrowly mixed. The dollar advanced against most major currencies, putting pressure on dollar-denominated commodity prices. Metals prices declined across the board, while oil prices moved sharply lower as well. The greenback “exploded against everything,” said CMC’s Cieszynski.

Wednesday's Dow News followed by Tuesday's Closing Dow Numbers:

AT&T:  No mentions found.

American Express: No mentions found.

Boeing:  IBD pA2 "Boeing" says Boeing was downgraded to underperform from neutral by Buckingham Research.

Caterpillar: No mentions found.

Chevron: WSJ pC4 "Most stocks start sept with a step back" by Saumya Vaishampayan says  the energy sector was the worst performer on the S&P with Chevron falling $1.92 and Exxon down 97 cents.  Chevron is charted under bad news.

Cisco: No mentions found.

Coke: No mentions found.

Disney: No mentions found.

DuPont: No mentions found.

Exxon: WSJ pC4 "Most stocks start sept with a step back" by Saumya Vaishampayan says  the energy sector was the worst performer on the S&P with Chevron falling $1.92 and Exxon down 97 cents.

GE:  WSJ pB3 "GE 3-D mammogram cleared by FA" by Melinda Beck says GE won approval from the FDA for its 3-D breast imaging technology in the US adding competition to the market dominated by Holigic Inc.

Goldman Sachs: No mentions found.

Home Depot:  WSJ pB1 "Home Depot investigates possible data theft" by Shelly Banjo, NYT pB4 "Home Depot investigates a possible data breach" by Brian X. Chen, USAT p1A "Home Depot probes possible hack" by Elizabeth Weise, AJC pA9 "Possible breach at Home Depot" by Anne D'Innocenzio, AP say Home Depot is looking into unusual activity that may be due to a credit card data breach.

Intel: No mentions found.

IBM: No mentions found.

JPMorgan: No mentions found.

Johnson & Johnson: No mentions found.

McDonald's:  NYT pB2 "McDonald's to increase oversight of Chinese supplies" by AP says this is in response to the food safety scandal in China.

Merck: No mentions found.

Microsoft:  WSJ pB6 "Google's strategy to unseat Microsoft Office" by Shira Ovide, Alistair Barr says smartphones are changing the way people use email giving Google a chance to crack the business market in this interview with Google exec Amit Singh.

Nike: No mentions found.

Pfizer: No mentions found.

Procter & Gamble: No mentions found.

3M: No mentions found.

Travelers: No mentions found.

United Technologies: No mentions found.

UnitedHealth: No mentions found.

Verizon: No mentions found.

Visa: No mentions found.

Walmart: No mentions found.

Tuesday's Closing Dow Numbers:

SymbolLast SaleChange% ChangeShare VolumeMarket
VZ▼ DualListed

 Here are the current CEOs of the Dow 30 Companies:

AT&T T Randall L. Stephenson (Dallas, TX)

American Express AXP Kenneth I. Chenault (NY, NY)

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)

Goldman Sachs GS Lloyd Blankfein (NY, NY)

Home Depot HD Frank Blake (Atlanta, GA) (Craig Menear Takes Over as CEO on 11/1)

Intel INTC Brian Krzanich (Santa Clara, CA)

IBM Virginia M. Rometty (Armonk, NY)

JPMorgan Chase JPM Jamie Dimon (NY, NY)

Johnson & Johnson JNJ Alex Gorsky (New Brunswick, NJ)

McDonald's MCD Donald Thompson (Oak Brook, Ill)

Merck MRK Kenneth Frazier (Whitehouse Station, N.J.)

Microsoft MSFT Satya Nadella (Redmond, WA)

Nike NK Mark Parker (Beaverton, OR)

Pfizer PFE Ian Read (NY, NY)

Procter & Gamble PG A. G. Lafley (Cincinnati, OH)

3M MMM Inge Thulin (St. Paul, MN)

Travelers TRV Jay S. Fishman (NY, NY)

UnitedHealthUNC Stephen Hemsley (Minnetonka, MN)

United Technologies UTX Louis Chenevert (Hartford, CT)

Verizon VZ Lowell McAdam (NY, NY)

Visa V Charles W. Scharf (Foster City, CA)

Wal-Mart WMT Doug McMillon (Bentonville, ARK)

Here are the Dow Jones Industrial Average 30 as of close of business 8/7/14 ranked in order of market capitalization in billions:

1. Exxon Mobil XOM $418.65
2. Microsoft MSFT 356.04
3. Johnson & Johnson JNJ 281.15
4. GE 256.47
5. Chevron CVX 238.71
6. WalMart WMT 237.93
7.  JPMorgan Chase JPM 224.82
8. Procter & Gamble PG 216.42
9.  Verizon VZ 201.40
10.  IBM 183.57
11. Pfizer PFE 178.73
12. AT&T T 178
13. Coke KO 173.68
14. Merck MRK 163.19
15.  Intel INTC 162.39
16. Disney DIS 145.76
17. Visa V 131.49
18. Cisco CSCO 126.87
19. Home Depot HD 110.36
20. United Technologies UTX 95.04
21. McDonald's MCD 99.70 
22. American Express AXP 90.72
23. 3M MMM 90.28
24. Boeing BA 86.34 
25. Goldman Sachs GS 77.51
26. UnitedHealth UNH 77.09
27. Nike NKE 66.49
28. Caterpillar CAT 64.15
29. DuPont DD 59.22
30. Travelers TRV 30.48

Here are the latest 8K, 10Q & 10K & Proxy & certain other SEC filings as of close of business 8/7/14:

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

8/1/14 10Q & 7/24/14 8K & 7/23/14 8K  re: qtr ended 6/30
7/1/14 S-4 re: purchase of DirecTV
6/30/14 8K re: increase Board of Dirs from 13 to 14 and election of Glenn H., Hutchins to Board
6/27/14 8K re: sale of its shares of America Movil for $5.5 bil
6/27/14 8K re: securitization facility between New Cingular subsidiary & Citibank
6/11/14 8K sale of 2.4% Global Notes due 2024
6/10/14 8K sale of $2 bil of 4.8% Global Notes due 2044
6/3/14 8K re: notice of redemption of 4 classes of notes
6/3/14 8K re: Reg. FD disclosure re: proposed acquisition of DirecTV
6/3/14 8K re: update on network transformation, 2Q trends & full year '14 guidance

American Express AXP:
7/30/14 10Q & 7/29/14 8K re: qtr. ended 6/30/14
7/15/14 8K re: delinq. & write-off stats for 3 months ended 6/30/14
6/30/14 8K re: 50% jv with Certares for global business travel
6/23/14 8K re: appointment of Laureen E. Seeger as general Counsel
6/16/14 8K re: delinq. & write-off stats  for 3 mos ended 5/31/14

Boeing BA:
7/23/14 10Q & 7/23/14 8K re: 2Qtr ended 6/30/14
5/12/14 8K re: amendment of CEO's employment contract
4/30/14 8K re: voting results from annual meeting of shareholders
4/23/14 10Q & 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31/14

Caterpillar CAT:
8/1/14 10Q & 7/24/14 8K re: 2Q ended 6/30/14
7/23/14 8K re: rolling 3 mos. retail sales stats.
6/19/14 8K re: 3 mos. retail sales stats.
6/12/14 8K re: stockholder approval of '14 long term incentive plan & exec. short term incentive plan
6/11 8K re: increase of quarterly dividend by 17% to 70 cents per share payable 8/20 to record holders on 7/21

Chevron CVX:
8/6/14 10Q & 8/1/14 8K & 7/10/14 8K re: 2Q ended 6/30/14
6/3/14 8K re: voting results of annual stockholder meeting
5/2/14 10Q & 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31 results
4/10/14 Proxy re: Annual Meeting of Shareholders on 5/28 at Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Midland, Tx at 8 am
4/9/14 8K re: Interim update for 1Q

Cisco CSCO:
7/31/14 8K re: resignation from BoD of Gregory Q. Brown
6/25/14 8K re: adoption of pre-arranged stock trading plan by executive
5/22/14 10Q & 5/14/14 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 4/26 results

Coke KO:
7/30/14 10Q & 7/22/14 8K re: qtr ended 6/27/14
4/30/14 10Q/A & 4/24/14 10Q for 1Qtr ended 3/28 results
4/25/14 8K re: election of Kathy N. Waller as CFO
4/23/14 8K re: approval of Equity Comp. Plan
4/15/14 8K re: 1Q results
4/3/14 & 3/28/14 Proxy material re: issue of exec. comp.

Disney DIS:
8/5/14 & 8/5 8K re: 10Q for 3Qtr ended 6/28/14 
6/27/14 8K re: amendment to By-laws re: calling of shareholder meeting
6/2/14 8K re: sale of global notes
5/6/14 8K & 10Q for 1Qtr ended 3/29 results

DuPont DD:
8/5/14 8K re: election of Ulf M.  Mark Scheider
7/22/14 10Q & 7/22/14 8K re: qtr ended 6/30/14
6/26/14 8K re: lower earnings outlook for 2Q & 2014
4/28/14 8K re: voting results of Stockholders Mtg
4/22/14 10Q & 4/17/14 re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31

ExxonMobil XOM:
8/6/14 10Q & 7/31/14 8K re: 2Qtr ended 6/30/14
8/6/14 8K re: retirement of P.T. Mulva as VP/controller to be replaced by D.S. Rosenthal
6/2/14 8K re: voting results of annual meeting of shareholders
5/14/14 & 4/22/14 Proxy material re: exec comp
5/7/14 10Q & 5/1/14 8K re: 1 Qtr. ended 3/31 results
4/11/14 Proxy re: Shareholder Mtg on 5/28 at Myerson Symphony Ctr, Dallas, Tx at 9:30 am

7/31/14 10Q & 7/18/14 8K re: qtr ended 6/30/14
5/12/14 10Q & 4/17/14 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31 results
4/28/14 8K re: voting results from annual shareholders meeting
4/23/14 8K re: election of John J. Brennan to Board of Dirs.
4/17/14 8K re: 1Q results

Goldman Sachs GS:
8/7/14 10Q & 7/15/14 8K re: 2Qtr ended 6/30/14
6/4/14 8K re: sale of $900 mil of floating notes
5/29/14 8K re: tender offer for debt securities.
5/19/14 8K re: shareholder meeting voting results
5/19/14 10Q  re: 1 Qtr results ended 3/31

Home Depot HD:
6/12/14 8K re: completion of offering of senior notes
5/28/14 10Q & 5/20/14 8K re: 1 Qtr results
5/28/14 8K re: voting results from Shareholder Meeting
4/7/14 Proxy re: Shareholder Mtg 5/22 Cobb Galleria Centre, Atlanta, Ga. at 9:00 am

Intel INTC:
7/25/14 10Q & 7/15/14 8K re: qtr. ended 6/28/14
6/27/14 8K re: executive changes
6/23/14 8K re: election of Aneel Bhusri to Board of Director
6/12/14 8K re: raises of 2Q & full year revenue and gross margin expectations
5/28/14 8K re: voting results from Stockholder Mtg

7/29/14 10Q & 7/18/14 8K & 7/17/14 8K re: qtr. ended 6/30/14
7/29/14 8K re: election of CEO of JNJ Alex Gorsky & Peter R. Voser to BoD
6/2/14 8K re: completion of SEC investigation re: reporting of cloud rev with no action taken
5/14/14  2 8Ks re: FD disclosures re: investors' meeting
5/2/14 8K re: voting results from Stockholder Mtg
4/29/14 10Q for 1 Qtr. ended 3/31
4/17/14 & 4/16/14 8K re: 1Q earnings presentation
4/3/14 Proxy re: add't'l info

JPMorganChase JPM:
8/4/14 10Q & 7/15/14 8K & 7/15/14 8K re: qtr. ended 6/30/14
7/2/14 8K re: CEO Jamie Dimon having throat cancer
7/1/14 8K re: reduction of warrant exercise price
6/23/14 & 6/9/14  8Ks (2) re: modification of rights of holders of preferred shares
6/11/14 8K re: Reg FD disclosure re: investor presentation
5/22/14 8K re: Voting results from Shareholder Mtg.
5/13/14 8K re: Offering of notes

Johnson & Johnson JNJ:
8/1/14 10Q & 7/15/14 8K re: Qtr ended 6/29/14
7/21/14 8K re: $5 bil share repurchase program
6/30/14 8K re: complete sale of Ortho-clinical Diagnostics to Carlyle Group
6/19/14 8K re: election of UPS CEO D. Scott Davis to Board of Directors
5/2/14 10Q for 1 Qtr ended 3/30

McDonald's MCD:
8/4/14 & 7/22/14 & 7/18/14 8K re: qtr. ended 6/30/14
6/10/14 8K re: global comparable sales for May
6/9/14 8K re: sale of $500 mil of notes
5/28/14 8K re: Voting results of Shareholder Mtg
5/27/14 8K re: retirement of Timothy Fenton
5/8/14 8K re: April sales
5/6/14 10Q & 4/222/14 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31 results

Merck MRK:
9/29/14 8K re: 2Q results
5/29/14 8K re: voting results of Shareholder Mtg
5/8/14 10Q & 4/29/14 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31
5/6/14 8K re: FD re: Investor briefing

Microsoft MSFT:
7/31/14 10K for year ended 6/30/14
7/31/14 8K re: increased BoD to 11 & election of John W. Stanton
7/22/14 8K re: 4Q results
7/17/14 8K re: restruction & related charges
4/24/14 10Q & 4/24/14 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31 results

Nike NKE:
Sec. 14A Proxy re: Annual Meeting of Shareholders to be held 9/18/14 at Tiger Woods Conf. center, Beaverton, Or.
7/25/14 10K for year ended 5/31/14
6/30/14 8K re: Reg. FD disclosure re: 4Q conference call
6/26/14 8K re: 4Q & full year 2014 results
6/23/14 8K re: election of  John Donahoe to Board of Directors
4/7/14 10Q & 3/25/14 & 3/20/14 8Ks re: Year ended 2/28/14

Pfizer PFE:
7/29/14 8K re: 2Q results
6/26/14 8K re: election of James C. Smith to Board of Directors
5/27/14; 5/20/14; 5/13/14; 5/2/14  & 4/28/14 8Ks all with respect to bid for and withdrawal of bid for AstraZeneca
5/19/14 8K re: offering of floating rate notes
5/15/14 8K re: public offering of notes
5/8/14 10Q & 5/5/14 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/30 results

Procter & Gamble PG:
8/1/14  2 8Ks re: 4Q results
7/8/14 8K re: quarterly div. of 64 cents per share payable 8/15 to record holders of 7/18
6/25/14 8K re: exec changes
6/11/14 8K re: sale of pet care business
4/23/14 10Q & 2 8Ks re 1 Qtr ended 3/31 results
4/9/14 8K re: sale of Pet Food biz to Mars for $2.9 bil
4/7/14 8K re: dividend of 64 cents  on common & preferred shares

7/31/14 10Q & 7/24/14 re: qtr. ended 6/30/14
6/9/14 8Ks (2) re: executive changes
6/4/14 8K re: sale of notes
5/16/14 8K re: sale of notes
5/15/14 8K re: transfer of product lines between divisions
5/14/14 8K re: results of votes of Stockholders
5/1/14 10Q & 4/24/14 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31
4/15/14; 3/27/14; & 3/26/14 Proxy re: Stockholder Mtg on 5/13/14 at 10:00 am at Austin Conv. Ctr. at Austin, Tx
4/8/14 8K re: imminent danger order issued and then lifted for Greystone Plant at Wauscu, Wisc.

Travelers TRV:
7/22/14 10Q & 8K re: qtr ended 6/30/14
6/2/14 8K re: approval of 2014 stock incentive plan
4/22/14 10 Q & 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31 results
4/11/14 Proxy re: shareholder Mtg on 5/27 at 1 pm at Hartford Marriott Downtown, Hartford, Ct.

United Technologies UTX:
7/25/14 10Q & 7/22/14 8K for qtr. ended 6/30/14
5/2/14 8K amendment of Long Term Incentive Plan
4/25/14 10Q & 4/22/14 8K re: 1 Qtr ended 3/31 results
4/8/14 Proxy re: add'l info

UnitedHealth Group UNH:
8/4/14 & 8/1/14 8K & 7/17 8K re: qtr. ended 6/30/14
6/6/14 8K re: results of annual meeting of shareholders
5/23/14 8K re: investor presentation
5/6/14 10 Q & 4/17/14 8K re: 1Q ended 3/31results
4/23/14 2 proxy filings for Annual Meeting of Shareholders on 6/2/14 at 10 am at Anthony Marton Aud. in Las Vegas

Verizon Communications Inc. VZ:
8/6/14 2 8Ks re: terms of exchange offer re: Altel
6/26/14; 6/12/14; 6/11/14; & 6/2/14 8Ks (4) results of exchange offer
5/29/14 8K re: exchange offer of notes
5/6/14 8K re: technical amendment to Bylaws
4/29/14 10Q & 4/24/14 8K re: 1 Qtr results ended 3/31
4/11/14 Proxy re: add'l info

Visa V:
7/24/14 10Q & 7/24/14 8K re: qtr ended 6/30/14
7/23/14 8K re: quarterly div. of 40 cents payable 9/3 to record holders as of 8/15.
6/3/14 8K re: retirement of CFO Byron H. Pollitt, Jr.
4/24/14 10Q & 8K re: 2 Qtr ended 3/31/14 results
4/23/14 8K re: quarterly cash dividend of 40 cents per share

WalMart WMT:
7/24/14 8K re: election of Greg Foran as Pres/CEO of Walmart USA  to replace Bill Simon
6/10/14 8K re: results of annual meeting of shareholder
6/6/14 10Q  for quarter ended 4/30/14
5/29/14 & 4 filings  on 4/23/14 Proxy Materials re: 6/6/14 Annual Shareholder Meeting at 7 am at Bud Walton Arena, Fayetteville, Ark
5/15/14 8K re: 1 Qtr results
4/21/14 8K re: sale of notes
4/7 8K re: issuance of euro Notes due '22


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