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There is a piece on Motley Fool, the financial services site, that is worth taking a look at, examining how the American supermarket business has evolved and how it is perceived by the investor class. The two companies that the piece identifies at being at the core of these shifts: Whole Foods and Walmart.

Take a look by clicking here.
KC's View:
I generally take a dim view of the whole “how Wall Street views the retailing biz,” just because I’m a lot more interested in how marketing and merchandising efforts work on Main Street. But I thought this one was worth drawing your attention to.