Mergers and acquisitions


Why We Chose Ahold Delhaize as Our 2019 Grocery Business of the Year

Ahold Delhaize’s excellent adventure has been driven by a blend of exceptional top leaders and an energized base of thousands of dedicated associates companywide.


2019 Grocery Business of the Year: Ahold Delhaize USA

Food retail mergers rarely turn out as imagined, but that hasn’t been the case at Ahold Delhaize USA, where a unique structure, distinct brands and just a little bit of friction is proving to be a winning combination and a timely springboard for innovation and investment.

The cash transaction to sell its cookies and snacks division to Nutella and Tic Tac parent is valued at $1.3 billion and is set to close in July.

The beverage and dairy line was sold to a Peak Rock Capital affiliate.

Amid intense regulator scrutiny, Asda and Sainsbury’s promise to lower post-merger prices and cap gas margins in addition to divesting stores.

In a recent speaking event, Golub Corp. Chairman Neil Golub highlighted a need for partners in a consolidating industry.

The drugstore operator is eliminating 400 corporate positions in wake of scuttled Albertsons deal.

The competition concerns signal "worst possible outcome" for merger and follow an unwelcome regulatory surprise in India.

The onetime New York City stalwart is returning under Allegiance marketing at a former Pathmark site.

The distributor said it would build a new distribution center, expand another and close 3.

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