Would Michael Eisner ever adopt a corporate policy of “no secrets management”? Would Eisner limit the pay of Disney executives to help them stay in touch with the average studio employee? Would he ever change one of his core business practices because of a confrontation with a protester? Of course not, but these are all things that Whole Foods supermarket founder/CEO John Mackey has done. There’s an inspiring profile of him in last month’s issue of FAST COMPANY that proves that operating an ethical humanitarian corporation is not incompatible with financial success.