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I am not quite ready to boycott the natural foods giant, but holding their feet to the fire is a must. They not only have a great responsibility to their customers and producers, but they also have significant social responsibility that they are evidently failing to honor.
With the Millennial generation driving the values of a more conscious approach to business, we are entering an era in which the old approach to business and capitalism is dying. The demand for something new, and more aligned with the values of the current generation, is emerging.
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Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter Mackey says a customer knows when a company is authentic. "When we feel that somebody
The freedom train has left the station, my friends. If you're a business leader, you better track that train down, leap aboard and learn how to conduct the right type of freedom throughout your business ecosystem. If you don't, your company and your career may soon hurtle off the rails.
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Whole Foods isn’t really in a position to avoid taxes, but the company would if it could, according to its CEO. "I would
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The recipe for success for any great movement includes solid ideas, clear vision, fearless leadership, and a healthy dose of magic.
And Whole Foods isn't the only company to recently announce its expansion into wellness resorts. Last week, NBC revealed
When it comes to eating genetically modified anything, the folks who shop at Whole Foods have made it clear: "They don't want it."
For most entrepreneurs crowdfunding is not just an option anymore. It is a necessity. And as we all know, necessity is the mother of invention. Stay tuned.
The over-the-top adulation of the private sector, which pervades Conscious Capitalism, might be tolerated by readers seeking the secrets of Whole Foods' success. But those looking for rigorous analysis and informed inspiration will be disappointed.