Albertsons, Rite Aid Terminate Merger Agreement

The proposed $24B deal was scuttled amid investor unease; Albertsons walks away rather than boost offer.


Ahold Delhaize Transition Woes Slow Q2 Sales

The retailer said its largest U.S. banner lost ground as new marketing and merchandising teams got started, but trends have since improved.

An early Easter and a late Independence Day trigger first quarterly comp-store sales decline in four years.

On the heels of relatively strong sales, officials from Natural Grocers and Sprouts signal Whole Foods' momentum could be someone else's problem.

Current produce deflation is crop-driven, but officials from the Phoenix-based retailer anticipate tariffs could trigger further drops in some categories.

Dave McGlinchey ascends from SVP role to helm all of Sprouts' merchandising initiatives; retailer posts 12% quarterly sales gain.

The retailer said new stores, higher prices drove positive comps, despite Easter effect

CFO Brian Olsavsky details how "second wave" integration is drawing shoppers amid high invention level.

CEO Dave Hirz cautious on hot promos despite deteriorating price environment as cost controls boost Q2 earnings.

Lead strategic investor Smithfield pondering options after partner abruptly collapses; Tops among impacted retailers.

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