NEW YORK — Companies that devote themselves to a broader, more philanthropic mission can reap benefits on the bottom line, according to panelists discussing “conscious capitalism” at the National Retail Federation 101st Annual Convention and Expo here last week. “Having a sense of purpose creates alignment between employees, customers and all your stakeholders,” said Walter Robb, co-chief executive officer, Whole Foods Market, which also won the NRF ...

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