The first preview emerged a few weeks ago when Amazon acknowledged that the Whole Foods \”365\” format would no longer exist. Later, it was further acknowledged that all 12 of those stores would be converted to the Whole Foods banner. […]
It has been almost exactly one year since Amazon made its stunning buyout of specialty grocery retailer Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion. So, what better time than now to take a look at how the whole thing is proceeding.
Dear Doug: While unknown sources say that Walmart is not interested in making a bid for Whole Foods, I’m sending this note anyway, hoping you have not made that decision yet. Steal the Whole Foods deal away from Amazon! Reach
We talk a lot about disruptors and how they have turned retailing upside down, challenging the very existence of entire industry sectors. So here’s another disruptor to put into the mix: activist investors. The beleaguered Whole Foods chain is on
In an unusual turn of events, the sands are shifting under Whole Foods Markets—and now it’s in trouble. In short order, Whole Foods, the quintessential upmarket food retailer, has gone from being a Wall Street darling to a Wall Street
Whole Foods has succeeded beyond all expectations, but, strangely, that’s not all good for Whole Foods. Whole Foods was founded 35 years ago in Texas based on the premise that there had to be a safer way to produce food