Retail Foodservice

Blue Apron receives NYSE delisting warning

The meal kit company fell below the exchange’s stock price and market capitalization requirements.


Albertsons granted expedited review for delayed $4B dividend

Washington Supreme Court moves up hearing on special payment by three weeks.

Washington Supreme Court sets new hearing to review state’s request for an appeal.

CEO Chieh Huang eyes more growth for the online bulk-products retailer from higher-margin channels.

Washington Supreme Court extends temporary restraining order pending a decision on an appeal.

The warehouse club chain is holding the line on fresh food pricing amid continued margin pressure.

The temporary restraining order on the grocer's planned special payment to shareholders was extended another 10 days.

Net sales for the company's fiscal first quarter, which ended Oct. 29, were up 7.6% year over year, to $7.5 billion.

U.S. comparable sales at the warehouse club climbed 6% for the month, while total e-commerce sales fell more than 10%.

The grocery giant, which is in talks to acquire Albertsons for $24.6 billion, on Thursday reported same-store sales growth of 6.9% for the third quarter. Operating profit, however, dipped 3.1% from a year ago.

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