Micro-Fulfillment Firm Fabric Raises $110M for U.S. Expansion

The funding will enable "hypergrowth" for the newly rebanded robotic pick technology, which joins a crowding field of options.


Grocery E-Commerce: Time for Some Caution?

Grocers have important considerations to weigh as they ramp up their omnichannel investments.

The international financial executive is lauded for her role in cost reduction, mergers and sustainability.

The retailer saw sales and margins improve—and debt leverage fall—in strongest quarter for comps in three years.

The $5.3 million acquisition brings 3 Manhattan specialty stores into the Wakefern cooperative.

Sponsors of the wildly successful IPO plan a second stock sale.

The rate of new openings will likely slow in coming years, but the club retailer still sees opportunities in infills, precision locations and new markets.

CEO Steven Spinner reflects on a "humbling year" for the transforming food distributor.

The famed NYC retailer has made progress despite capital and credit constraints, sources say.

"Transformation is incredibly difficult," CEO Rodney McMullen says as Q2 comps hit the mark and the long-term view is adjusted.

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