NEW YORK — Wall Street analysts were generally upbeat Thursday about long-term prospects for Whole Foods Market, despite a negative reaction by some investors to the chain's fourth-quarter financial results and its lowered financial guidance for fiscal 2014. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. As reported late Wednesday, net income for the 12-week fourth quarter rose 7.1% to $121 million, while sales increased 2.2% to $3 ...
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