AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Market here said it would resume paying a quarterly dividend, beginning next month, after suspending the shareholder benefit in 2008 amid a lull in the company’s growth. “The company’s favorable financial position and long-term outlook give us the confidence to reinstate our quarterly cash dividend,” said John Elstrott, chairman of Whole Foods. “As a company with significant future growth opportunities, we are fortunate to have sufficient cash on hand and ...
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