Shipt names new tech exec

In her new role, Smrutha Ipparthi will oversee integration of technological solutions companywide.


Imperfect Foods now offers wine delivery

Misfits Market subsidiary partners with DRINKS to enable the alcoholic beverage e-commerce service.

Wholesaler MSG Distributors plans to relaunch the bulk-products e-tail brand in the B2C and B2B markets.

Stock offering could come as soon as next month and would mark the e-commerce giant's second attempt at going public.

The manufacturer-sponsored coupons apply to more than 15 brands, such as Novo Nordisk, Eli Lilly, Sanofi, Dexcom and Insulet, which produce a variety of related products like insulin vials, pens, continuous glucose monitors and pumps.

Shoppers using Uber Eats at Hy-Vee will also receive 50% off their first order (up to $40) of $50 or more.

The conference will help grocery and convenience-store leaders better understand the challenges and solutions in the often-confusing world of retail technology.

Brick Meets Click/Mercatus: But mass retailers saw an e-commerce surge during the month, though order frequency was down across all categories.

The announcement comes less than a week after Amazon released its Q2 earnings report, where Amazon CEO Andy Jassy explained that the expansion of the company’s delivery network will help grow its grocery businesses.  

The retailer on Wednesday announced the nationwide rollout of Drive Up with Starbucks, which lets shoppers add beverages and food to pickup orders—without leaving their cars.

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