Profile: Whole Foods CEO is an intricate man running a unique grocery store

06/9/2004 | NYTimes.com

Whole Foods founder and CEO John Mackey is described in this New York Times Magazine profile as pro-employee but anti-union, pro-customer but conscious of his chain's high markup on certain items and exceptionally open for a Fortune 500 executive. As the natural food market continues to expand, especially in urban areas, The Times explores Mackey's business model of giving customers detailed information about their food and keeping his salary at no more than 14 times the average employee's salary.

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