Whole Foods

Whole Foods Takes a Side in Baltimore

Apr 29, 2015 By Dan Solomon

It’s rare for a major corporation to get involved in a contentious, racially charged political protest, but the Austin-based supermarket chain decided to take a side in Baltimore. 

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Jan 20, 2013 By Texas Monthly

From the construction of the state’s first public university in College Station to the swearing in of Governor Rick Perry for a third full term in Austin

John Mackey

Mar 1, 2005 By Evan Smith

“I used to resent the fact that people romanticize Whole Foods. I always wanted to shake them and say, ‘Gosh, we’re just a grocery store!’ ”

Whole Sales

Apr 30, 1999 By Eileen Schwartz

As the nation’s largest chain of natural and organic foods supermarkets, Austin-based Whole Foods Market is where the trendy buy such necessities as tea tree oil toothpaste. But now patrons no longer have to shop in person to make a statement. In late March WholeFoods.com opened for business, offering some…

Pay Check

Sep 30, 1998 By Graef Crystal

Michael Dell earned nearly $34 million in 1997. Was he worth it? Find out in our roundup of the most overpaid and underpaid CEOs in Texas.