Whole Foods Markets may eventually satisfy the Federal Trade Commission on questions related to its status as a food retailer. But on the issue of ethics, the supernatural chain answers only to a higher authority. Nearly 200 stores strong, Whole Foods has set the industry standard on those intangible issues that help give a company its soul. It's grown over the years with a sense of fairness in a business that thrives on the lack of it. The code encompasses executive compensation, customer ...

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