Whole Foods Co-Founder and CEO John Mackey Speaks on His New Book Conscious Capitalism
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Mr Mackey gave an interesting talk. He seems like a nice man......and it makes me want to patronize WholeFoods more often ! So refreshing to hear someone speak well of business and business people. After years of Hollywood bashing business in many movies and Liberals saying how 'bad' business people are....it is a pleasure to hear someone speak the truth. Business is good for people and good for America.
People who speak badly of business should try and start a business of their own.....then they would realize how hard it is to be successful.
The event was a great success....and it was nice to see how many people lined up talk to him after the show.
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