"Anyway, the man's a genius. He realizedeven at the rudimentary level he was on in 1966, operatingthose few stores that he hadthat he couldn't expand beyond that horizon unless he had the ability tocapture this information on paper so that he could control his operations, no matter where they might be. 鈥淚鈥檓 to go away on Friday, Maggie,鈥?she added, when Alice had closed the door again. 鈥淲hen I come back, and am strong, they will let me do as I like. I shall come to you when I please then.鈥? "Then the guy would come back and say, 'Well, I found you in there, and you do have good credit. Sowhat can I show you' 天天色,天天干,天天操,天天射,天天好逼网,天天色综合网 One analyst, Margo Alexander of Mitchell Hutchins Inc., really worried about the exodus in her reporton Wal-Mart. She wondered if it wouldn't discourage other executives from coming on board. She saidthey might see an inevitable conflict with "the entrepreneur who will never be satisfied with another personrunning 'his' company," in other words, me. She also questioned whether I, having retired once, was ascommitted to running the business as I had been previously. Of course, my number-one retail partner from our third store on has been my brother, James L. "Bud"Walton, who has a few things of his own to say about me in this booknot all of them flattering. Bud'swise counsel and guidance kept us from many a mistake. My nature has always been to charge, to saylet's do it now. Often, Bud would advise taking a different direction, or maybe changing the timing. I soonlearned to listen to him because he has exceptional judgment and a great deal of common sense.