Target, the store that is most like Walmart (albeit with a younger, more upscale demographic), has a profit margin of 4.1%.
Yet in 1988, Intel earned $452.9 million on $2.87 billion in revenues—a fat 16 percent profit margin.
But you might miss out on a few basis points of profit margin if you do.
His profit margin on the quarter pounds he admitted to selling was a measly $200.
The concessions have an 80 percent profit margin; advertising, 90 percent.