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  1. Whole Foods CEOs admit to overcharging, say it was unintentionalRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Business Journal

    In response to a New York City investigation into pricing at Whole Foods Market Inc. , co-CEOs Jon Mackey and Walter Robb admitted last week that the company had incorrectly charged customers for pre-packaged food sold by weight. The admission came in the form of a video posted to YouTube that featured Mackey and Robb standing in a produce section, explaining their company's transgressions, but insisting that any errors were unintentional.


  2. 6 firms pre-qualify for joint sale of Malampaya banked gasRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News

    Six local and international energy companies have pre-qualified to bid for the joint sale of banked gas from the Malampaya gas field in northwest Palawan. The sale of banked gas is expected to translate to a billion dollar in revenues for the government to be paid by the winning bidder in eight years.


  3. ASX back at fair value after slump, Deutsche Bank saysRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Age

    The Australian sharemarket has returned to fair value after a confessions season that, while busy, was not historically bad, so clarity from the Greek situation should result in opportunities for re-rating, Deutsche Bank says. The price-earnings ratio of the market has fallen to 15.25-times, compared with a high of 16.5-times when the S&P/ASX 200 reached a post-GFC high of 5983.


  4. Movers & Shakers: Nancy M. Dahl, Tastefully SimpleRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Nancy Dahl will help develop a new addition to Tastefully Simple's direct-selling business model as newly hired president and chief operating officer of the Alexandria-based tasting party company. The new approach adds 10- and 30-meal plans and entertaining solutions to the individual products the company offers nationally through 19,000 independent business consultants and the social tasting parties and person-to-person sale efforts they conduct.


  5. Artists' purchasing initiative shows minority-owned hurdlesRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    When Paulette Still left a career in banking to open Posy Flower Design and Event Decor, she expected to sacrifice a steady and hefty paycheck for the chance to be her own boss. She didn't expect the number of people who would challenge her entrepreneurship based strictly on her race.


  6. 6 Easy Tips for Clean Eating on a Small BudgetRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Huffington Post

    Health and fitness articles to help you live a healthier, happier and more active lifestyle. Here's to a better you, for life! Ever thought about cleaning up your diet but worry about the price tags on all that healthy food? You're not alone.


  7. Whole Foods Market: Beaten Down Stock Is A Buying OpportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Combined with gloomy market sentiment for the stock, this PR blunder has pushed Whole Foods into a bargain price range. When customers give a company the nickname "Whole Paycheck", said company should be going out of its way to look for ways to cut costs and please those customers with better prices.


  8. Whole Foods 'fesses up, to its creditRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Wave

    We have long admired John Mackey, co-CEO of Whole Foods Market and co-author of "Conscious Capitalism," the 2013 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. That's why we are nonplussed that, for the second time in as many years, his grocery chain, based in Austin, Texas, has confessed to overcharging for prepackaged foods, including meat, dairy and baked goods.


  9. Kroger sale is best for Sisters of Notre DameRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Toledo Blade

    Quietly and with little fanfare, the Sisters of Notre Dame have provided high-quality education in Toledo since 1877. We have served poor and disenfranchised people in northwest Ohio, just as many other religious communities of women elsewhere have done for centuries.


  10. healthy lifestyle asian woman running at wooden trail seasideRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WOTV Battle Creek

    Use the warm, summer weather as an excuse to get out and get active! Besides getting that much need Vitamin C, exercising outside is good for the body and mind. Here are 4 outdoor workout spots, that will help you release the tension and be the best "you" you can be! Asylum Lake Preserve is a 274-acre parcel of land that is owned by Western Michigan University.


  11. Strike postponed at Ontario Loblaws as workers vote on amended offerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    A possible strike at 60 Loblaw owned stores across Ontario has been pushed back a week as an amended contract offer is on the table. A possible strike by 12,000 workers at 60 Loblaw owned stores across Ontario has been pushed back a week.


  12. Sports signups: Variety of summer camps available for youths and teensRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    Do you have a local sporting event to list? The signup list, which runs Saturdays online and Sundays in The Grand Rapids Press, is available to announce community sporting events, teams looking for players and schools or teams looking for coaches. It's a free service.


  13. #AllForHonor Winn-Dixie donates 100% of July 4th profit to the Wounded Warrior ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | KATC-TV Lafayette

    Saturday, July 4, all profits generated at Winn-Dixie grocery stores will be donated in support of Wounded Warrior Project's Independence Program. "We believe we all have a responsibility to care and contribute to the lives of those who have served and sacrificed for the nation, which is why we are committing every cent of every dollar of profit generated this Independence Day."


  14. Strike deadline pushed back to July 11 as Loblaw workers vote on amended offerRead the original story

    Friday | Medincine Hat News

    A possible strike by 12,000 workers at 60 Loblaw owned stores across Ontario has been pushed back a week. Two days of provincially mediated talks between Loblaw Companies Ltd. and the United Food and Commercial Workers have produced an amended contract offer.


  15. Canada's finance minister says recession will be avoidedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | St. Petersburg Times

    The Canadian government begs to differ with a Bank of America economist's suggestion that the country is in recession and faces a plunging dollar. Finance Minister Joe Oliver said the economy will avoid a recession even as the gross domestic product has declined from January through April.


  16. Strike Deadline Postponed for Loblaws Great Food and Superstore...Read the original story

    Friday | Canada NewsWire

    To provide members with the opportunity to examine and vote on the amended offer, Local 1000A has postponed the strike deadline of The union is asking members to check with their individual store for their schedule of work for the upcoming week commencing Sunday. At the request of the Mediation Officer, all parties will not communicate any further with the media at this time.


  17. Simple snacks to keep you energized on hikes and overnights this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Grand Junction Free Press

    ... going and going and going. "I look for high nutritional value mixed with low sugar content," said Tylor Berreth, grocery team member at Whole Foods Market in Frisco. "I also look for a lot of protein, especially for long hikes, because that always ...


  18. Harris Teeter coming to Carolina Colours in Craven CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | WCTI

    The site is at the entrance of the development -- off Highway 70 in New Bern -- and it's already been cleared. Kenneth Kirkman with the Carolina Colours Association said the final decision on plans were made Thursday.


  19. Winn-Dixie giving all profits from July 4 sales to Wounded WarriorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | WDSU-TV New Orleans

    With the big Fourth of July weekend here, everyone's getting ready for food, festivities and fireworks. But no one is preparing like grocery giant Winn-Dixie, which will donate all of its profits from its Fourth of July sales to the Wounded Warrior Project Independence Program.


  20. Tough slog ahead for CIBC's new Caribbean CEORead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | The Globe and Mail

    A sign outside the CIBC head office at King St. West and Bay St. in Toronto on April 17, 2014. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's troubled Caribbean arm is finally turning the corner following an extensive restructuring, but the appointment of a new chief executive officer is sending mixed signals about the bank's plans for the unit.