Financials

Retailers

Walmart's New Plan: Unite the Orange and Blue

CEO Doug McMillon eyes "a whole other gear" to spark bigger, more profitable e-commerce baskets.

Retailers

Kroger Draws Investment From Warren Buffett

The noted investor's Berkshire Hathaway reveals it spent $550M to acquire 19 million shares.

The e-commerce operation, which operated with little competition for the better part of two decades, will refocus on East Coast supermarket brands as food delivery takes on a new contours.

The retailer's U.S. comps grew by 2.3%—and online sales by nearly 43%—justifying a focus on bricks with clicks.

The online shop built around multiple consumer and retail trends couldn't overcome cost challenges and competition despite heavy funding.

Sales and comps increased on higher rings and a small increase in traffic during the holiday period.

Bankruptcy filing details talks with a potential suitor that died over the weekend, leading to the retailer's sudden liquidation.

After a sale effort proved unsuccessful, the beleaguered natural foods retailer seeks to raise funds for creditors through inventory and asset blowouts while minimizing additional obligations.

The pioneering natural and organic chain said competition, debts and a fruitless search for buyers impeded the company’s progress.

The online giant described free Prime delivery as a test, but customers are voting affirmatively.

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