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Who is Charles Johnson? Is he still a Professor of Economics at MIT? I may have the wrong guy? Very interesting observation.

Peace George Munchus,UAB
Professor Of Mangement

The comments seem to be talking all around the question but not addressing the heart of the entreprenurial debate. The issue should be: How to get state capital around the financial logjam and into the hands of the entrepreneur.

Is he still a Professor of Economics at MIT? I may have the wrong guy? Very interesting observation.

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i don't think he is still professor

thts not good for comapany

conflict between employee and employer will damage company

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conflict between employee and employer will damage company

First of all, the boycott is clearly failing. Whole Foods's stock hasn't fallen a bit since the boycott began. If anything, it's increased! (Which, incidentally, is welcome news to this Whole Foods admittedly extremely small scale stock owner.)

First of all, the boycott is clearly failing. Whole Foods's stock hasn't fallen a bit since the boycott began. If anything, it's increased! (Which, incidentally, is welcome news to this Whole Foods admittedly extremely small scale stock owner.)

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Bless your friend forever! Also bless myself!*

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I guess the point is to give and save as much as you can and make your money work for you like the good servant we should strive to be.

Thanks for your comments, Stephen! Yeah, I've considered all these things,
and did try to talk to him about it. But he shied away from telling me any
good reasons soooo..... I'll really never know! But it's entertaining now
(not back then!) to ruminate on reasons why. Thanks for your added thoughts!
;)

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i think he is better

lol cant get whats goin on here

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Charles Johnson showed one more time that he is a great guest blogger. Nice post!!!

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