Shares of the upscale grocer plummeted Wednesday after announcing earnings. It's still a great investment going forward.
Analysts following the grocer, who were skeptical on Tuesday's conference call, now appear to have turned on the company.
Tough earnings reports from AOL, King and Whole Foods all contributed to an overall slide in the index.
After a disappointing earnings report the grocer's stock has dropped nearly 20 percent.
The company is too dependent on moviegoing whims and too global to be a reliable indicator.
A new study says that top bosses in the sector make 1,200 times as much as the average worker.
In what could be a first for a major US grocery chain, the company is planning to brew beer at one of its store locations.
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