Wal-Mart Fortune Left To Charity

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Wal-Mart Fortune Left To Charity

The death of the Wal-Mart founder's widow, Helen Walton, is slated to become a $16.4 billion windfall for The Walton Family Foundation, a charitable organization that backs public education reform. What do you think?
  • "Helen Walton leaving her fortune to the Walton Family Foundation? This stinks of nepotism."

    Lacey Rasmussen
    Systems Analyst
  • "This mom-and-pop public education operation has been around long enough."

    Brendan Flaherty
  • "On the one hand, I don't care for Wal-Mart. On the other hand, I don't care for public education. So this rich dead lady is really starting to piss me off."

    Larry Keenan