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Still, overall, before the adjustment, 52-week growth was 0%, and after it was only a 4% gain. Those are mediocre results, which point to three things that could hurt Costco’s stock price going forward. More From Fool.com Costco’s business model has been to drive people to its stores. Image source: author. Competitors are getting better Continue Reading Below ADVERTISEMENT As a warehouse club, the Costco model is built on offering great prices but limited selection. In the past, that made other warehouse clubs such as Wal-Mart’s (NYSE: WMT) Sam’s Club its only real competition. Now, however, the chain increasingly has to deal with traditional stores offering aggressive pricing. Wal-Mart specifically has committed to spending billions to lower prices. That’s a big problem for Costco, because the traditional retailer’s deals don’t require buying food in specific large quantities. If a regular grocery store will sell a box of cereal at a price close to what Costco charges, but the warehouse club requires buying two extra-large boxes, it’s easy to see why consumers may shy away from bulk purchases. That’s not a big problem if it simply costs Costco some sales, but it becomes a much bigger issue if consumers stop believing Costco consistently has the best deal.
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Schultz, 51, of Algonac and a Sterling Heights native, said she still suffers from the physical, mental and emotional effects of a natural gas leak last year at the Edward Jones office in Algonac and the companys lack of response to fix it. She said she also was affected by her immediate boss treatment of her before and after the leak. She was terminated in June after spending several months on disability from the company and after the company denied workers compensation benefits. She worked for nine years as an administrator at the financial services company, where she said she received commendations and accolades. I had a good reputation. I was making something of myself at this company and now its all gone, and gone with it are the pay and the benefits because of a gas leak, she said. Its not easy overcoming being told that money is more valuable than you and your life. They fired me. They almost killed me. Lawsuit filed Schultz earlier this year sued Missouri-based Edward Jones in St. Clair County Circuit Court in Port Huron, claiming violation of state and federal disability laws, federal and state gender bias and workers compensation retaliation.
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