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Category Archives: business
One of the companies I admire most is Costco. They’re not very environmental, unfortunately, but they are extremely dedicated to their employees. Back in 2008 when the economy was in a downward spiral, Founder and CEO Jim Sinegal said that … Continue reading
I see headlines like this all the time, carrying news that another independently owned and operated organic company has either sold to a private equity (PE) investment group (think Bain Capital) or to a large corporation like Campbell Soup (in … Continue reading
We recently launched an internal anti-smoking initiative. Our goal is not to lobby MOM’s employees to quit smoking, but to ensure that non-smoking employees are treated fairly. For years, my office was either at the produce prep sink and/or in … Continue reading
Fortune Magazine recently came out with their Fortune 500 list of the largest companies in the United States. It’s worth noting the domination of companies “fueled” by the auto industry, as they represent 6 of the top 10 largest companies: … Continue reading
The Washington Post ran a story yesterday about unapproved GMO wheat that was found on an Oregon farm. At this point it’s a big mystery how this happened, as this particular GMO wheat was last tested by Monsanto in a … Continue reading
Our central offices are located above our Rockville store. This is deliberate. I never want the leadership of MOM’s to be removed from the day-to-day store operations. If our Rockville store has an issue, than it’s likely that the other … Continue reading