From what I've heard... Whole Foods is a right wing run company
mbender wrote: Much as I liked their "mission" as first, from what I've heard and actions they've taken, they do seem to be a right-wing, bottom-line-is-#1-concern company.
You guys crack me up, "Right Wing run Company" "Bottom-line-is-#1-concern company" either you guys have never run a business or you are so far out in left field you cannot see home plate. Any company that is not looking first at bottom line will not survive long enough to succeed unless the founder is rich chasing ideology. The left wing companies are looking first at bottom line also, profit is the ONLY
thing that will keep a company going (except a government or government handout).
It appears whole foods
was trying to meet a customer demand that was causing more bad PR than was receiving good PR thus you stop the bleeding. Because they tried and it didn't work you are going to give them more grief than if they never bothered to try. That will really encourage other companies to give it a chance.
You have to admit there is probably not a lot of EVs in the midwest, real demand for L2 charging was probably very low but they wanted to be a leader in the area. Because it caused bad PR with the non-EV people and drew in very few new EV people why should they keep beating their head against a wall?