CHICAGO -- The future of food retailing is all about thinking in new ways about new technologies, a cultural anthropologist told a seminar at the Food Marketing Institute's annual convention here earlier this month. Too often industry executives over the age of 50 are thinking not about the future of their businesses, but about retirement, said Jennifer James, Seattle, Wash.-based author, former newspaper columnist and business lecturer. James dubbed that phenomenon the "world astronomer ...
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