Feeding their hunger for world domination, two of the most powerful companies in the world, Facebook and Wal-mart, both with unscrupulous behavior prepare to meet this week in order to discuss strategies on teaming up to take over the world.
Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his senior management team will travel to Walmart’s headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas to meet with Wal-Mart CEO Mike Duke for a two day meeting discussing ways to “deepen” their relationship. (Zuckerberg is definitely Pinky and Duke is The Brain)
On Friday, in the first such meeting between the two corporations’ senior management teams. Zuckerberg and Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg will then speak to hundreds of Wal-Mart employees on Saturday at the retailer’s monthly meeting.
Although both companies are closed lipped and unwilling to discuss the exact details of the meeting it’s highly speculated that Zuckerberg aims to increase the use of Facebook by the world’s largest retailer while Walmart is still on their quest to put every mom and pop store in the world out of business, and finish off the hind legs of K-Mart and their Blue Light specials too. (These two companies often confuse the game of life with The Mortal Kombat video game)
The meeting could not come at a better time for Facebook as the company continues to face questions about its ability to earn money over the long-term, after many of its biggest advertisements have stopped advertising on the social network. Concerns that have led to the stock trading well below its initial public offering price.
Some analysts believe Facebook will attempt to enter the online retail sales market, essentially taking a cut of transactions made through its social network. Analysts paying close attention to social media network Pinterest are keenly aware of the power social networking sales can have although whether Facebook users will buy products through the networks links is yet to be seen.
In a statement regarding the meeting Facebook said it looked forward to “deepening” its relationship with Wal-Mart while learning from the retailer’s ”experience and management team about building a strong, durable and valuable company for the long-term.”
Wal-Mart in the meantime is no stranger to Facebook with 17 million fans and millions of dollars spent on Facebook advertising.
They even enlisted artist Pitbull to help Walmart stores around the country get LIKES. But a busy body intercepted and got Pitbull exiled to Alaska.
Perhaps after the meeting you’ll be able to scan your fingerprint at the Walmart which will then access your facebook account that knows EVERYThing about you and is able to read your mind resulting in your groceries automatically being bagged up for you without even having to go shelf to shelf to find items AND delivered too seeing as to how Facebook knows your address and GPS tracks you.