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For a couple of years running, I devoted my July column to a summer retail-reading list.
With a subtitle of “The Unlikely Story of Wal Mart’s Green Revolution,” this book, by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Edward Humes, is a must-read for anyone who remains doubtful that going green can actually be profitable.
“Wow!” That was my exact reaction when I read that Hannaford Bros. became the...