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These stores will be smaller format and offer a larger assortment of 365 brand products, according to the report "Whole Foods Market, Inc.: Despite Recent Woes, Whole Foods Remains a Formidable Competitor."
Whole Foods Market, Inc., Austin, Texas, purchased a 16.4-percent stake in Real Goods Trading Corp., an environmental and renewable energy products retailer, for $3.6 million.
yesterday recommended that shareholders of Whole Foods Market, Inc. vote against a proposal that would establish a policy of separating the roles of chairman and chief executive.
District Court for the District of Columbia denied the FTC's request for a preliminary injunction related to the proposed merger between Whole Foods Market, Inc., Austin, TX, and Wild Oats Markets, Inc., Boulder, CO.
Whole Foods Market, Inc. announced yesterday that it had extended the expiration date for its tender offer to purchase outstanding shares of Wild Oats Markets, Inc.
Whole Foods chief says GMOs may not be all bad: Natural products retailer Whole Foods Market, Inc. has long been an advocate for mandatory labeling of all GMO foods.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market, Inc. said yesterday it has reached a milestone with its new Local Producer Loan Program by administering more than $1 million in low-interest loans.
Microsoft Corporation, Whole Foods Market, Inc. and Kellogg's grabbed the top spots in the report, which reveals that they are all doing a good job of both incorporating CSR in their operations and communicating it to consumers.
Whole Foods Market, Inc. has signed an agreement to acquire assets of Harry's Farmers Market, Inc.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market, Inc. here is reportedly telling its executives to shut up online when it comes to business matters.
Chris Hitt, president of Whole Foods Market, Inc. based in Austin, Texas, announced his retirement from the company effective August 1, 2001.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market, Inc., based here, said yesterday that it plans to close nine of the 74 Wild Oats and Capers banner stores Whole Foods it acquired when it purchased Boulder, Colo.-based Wild Oats Markets Aug.