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Whole Foods CEO reveals $13.7 billion Amazon deal came to him in a dream (WFM)

Business Insider Monday, 19 June 2017
Whole Foods CEO reveals $13.7 billion Amazon deal came to him in a dream (WFM)For the CEO of Whole Foods, being bought by Amazon was literally a "dream come true."

"About a year and a half ago, I dreamed that we merged with Amazon. I woke up, and I told my wife about it. And she said, 'That’s crazy,'" John Mackey said at a town hall meeting on Friday, after Amazon announced it was buying Whole...
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News video: Amazon buys Whole Foods for whopping $13.7 billion

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Amazon has snagged Whole Foods for a whole lot of dough. $13.7 billion to be exact. Whole Foods CEO John Mackey is going to stay on and the brand will continue to operate under the same name. John Mackey The move further illustrates efforts made by Amazon Amazon would pay $42 a share, a 27 percent...

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