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Retailers

Walmart Appoints Nuala O'Connor to Oversee 'Digital Citizenship'

The veteran of Amazon and Homeland Security will shape how the company uses data. Plus, Sam's Club gets a new chief merchant.

Technology

Heavyweights Backing New Grocery Tech Platform

Swiftly says its platform for brick-and-mortar stores, which has been backed by retail and CPG veterans such as Ron Burkle and Tad Dickson, will help established grocers compete with online counterparts such as Amazon.

Lengthy negotiations yield framework for a 3-year deal to be voted on by workers this week

The retailer announces a plant-based extension to its Simple Truth brand—a signal that the trend has "gone mainstream."

The forthcoming "Produce 2.0" initiative will improve the in-store experience and build on current momentum, chief merchandising officer says.

A County Market store in Springfield, Ill., will be converted to the retailer’s farm-to-table concept.

Walmart and Kroger said they would discourage open carry and urge lawmakers to pass "common sense" gun policy.

The mega-retailer is poised to capture an even larger share of the bakery marketplace with online ordering and higher-end products.

History's new series "The Food That Built America" provides a fascinating look at the food industry pioneers who revolutionized the art of making, selling, branding and marketing food for the masses.

The New England retailer's alliance with Champlain College offers employees 60 degree and certificate programs at a reduced rate.

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