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While Toyota Motor Corp. (7203) lost out to General Motors Co. (GM) in the number of vehicles sold last quarter for the first time since 2011, it won’t come in second by profit: Toyota probably earned $3 for every dollar at GM.
The Japanese carmaker may report tomorrow that profit climbed 52 percent to 441.2 billion yen ($4.5 billion) in the quarter ended June, according to the average of four analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg. By comparison, Detroit-based GM reported last week that net income fell 23 percent to $1.4 billion as European operations continued to post losses.
Originally posted by Evil_Santa
reply to post by Night Star
See - I just don't get how the unemployment rate is still this high. I have no issues finding employment, and have switched jobs 3 times since 2008. Each time I put in pretty minimal effort to find gainful employment, and had a position within 1 - 2 interviews.
Here's an example, I'm between companies right now, and I've sent out maybe 5 resumes in the last month. Last week I had 1 interview and will go back next week for the 2nd interview.
I have a GED. That's it.
Originally posted by neo96
The number of men 20 and older who are not in the workforce is now 30 million ?
Wal-Mart earned $3.78 billion, or $1.14 per share, in the first quarter ended on April 30, up from $3.74 billion, or $1.09 per share, a year earlier.
The analysts' average forecast was $1.15 per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. In February, Wal-Mart had forecast a profit of $1.11 to $1.16 per share.
First-quarter revenue rose 1 percent to $114.19 billion.