Still catching up..one for you, Brad

Back in March, I used Wal-mart as a good example of a non-manufacturing company creating dark matter. At the time, I wrote that Wal-mart was buying up stores overseas and applying
Michael Mandel

Back in March, I used Wal-mart as a good example of a non-manufacturing company creating dark matter. At the time, I wrote that Wal-mart was buying up stores overseas and applying "the business knowhow which made Wal-mart such a powerful and productive competitor in the U.S." These exports of business know-how would not show up in the international accounts as an investment, but they would bump up future profits.

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