The latest news and analysis of U.S. grocerymass, drug, discount and club retailers, including financial, executive leadership and mergers and acquisitions


Albertsons Eyes Higher-Spending Shoppers in Rite Aid Deal

The merger could create a food and wellness powerhouse, but some observers are cautious.


Walmart to Double Online Grocery Locations

Customers who shop both in-store and online spend more than those who use stores only, the retailer said of its decision.

The e-commerce giant has expanded rewards for Amazon Prime Rewards Visa cardmembers.

The proposed deal will take Albertsons public under the guidance of a new CEO.

The privately held chains have been saddled by high debt.

The deal marks the retailer’s push to expand its online presence and e-commerce capabilities.

The retailers were recognized for their culture and work-life balance.

Gary and Terrie Baker, who own five IGAs in Ohio, took home the top honors.

The facilities will accelerate product development for meal kits and product development.

The Lempert Report: The Quarterly Consumer View indicates the death of the brick-and-mortar stores is far from reality.