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Store-to-door delivery will be available across the Grand Rapids area.

In a letter to the president, the industry shared concerns that any benefits from tax reform will be wiped out by broadly applied tariffs on everyday consumer products.

The infusion of funds is part of the company's Be The First campaign to create "the nation's first tobacco-free generation."

The Chapter 11 news isn’t all bad—for the retailer and competitors alike.

The debt-laden chain seeks to close 94 stores in six states.

The hard discounter's campaign lampoons the industry it seeks to disrupt.

The retailers merged last July, making the combined business the largest Hispanic grocer in the U.S.

The Lempert Report: Many have reacted negatively to the new proposal.

The $43 million sale breaks up the chain, which was once the leader in Virginia Beach, and provides strength to existing competitors in a price-focused market.

The retailer said the tax benefit aided net earnings, but operating profits dipped on promotions and new acquisitions.