As Whole Foods grows, so does the spotlight

  • Article by: Brian Gaar , Austin American-Statesman
  • Updated: September 27, 2013 - 8:10 PM

The upscale chain is burnishing its image after a few PR stumbles.

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MN's loneliest REPSep. 28, 13 4:24 AM

So a CEO should not say what they really think....they should say what promotes their stock going higher so he serves the best interest of the employees and investors. Not sure I like that message. If a leader (a true leader mind you) has an opinion on something (health care for instance) they should voice that opinion and support it with 'why'....just like an Op-Ed is supposed to. When true leaders start to filter their thoughts based on 'what's best for my self interest'...that's bad. That's why they're called leaders. I'm disappointed in the message from WF's CEO....oh, sorry Co-CEO.

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readerguySep. 28, 13 8:50 AM

John Mackay is an arrogant libertarian with an anti-union company who managed to portray it as a liberal haven. Pretty neat feat. Anyway, it's not known as "whole paycheck" for nothing. Do our community a favor and patronize (and join!) your local co-op instead.

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cosmicwxdudeSep. 28, 13 9:39 AM

Over priced products for the foo foo eaters.

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