Walmart U.S. E-Commerce CEO Marc Lore to Retire

Lore was the founder and CEO of, which Walmart acquired in 2016.


Ocado’s Luke Jensen Talks Kroger Partnership

In an interview with WGB, the CEO of Ocado Services explains why he feels the retailer’s gigantic bet on robotics and e-commerce will pay off—and not just because it's "cool."

An in-store picking solution will roll out nationwide next year while the company awaits development of a fleet of robotic warehouses now numbering 10.

The partnership between Ocadao and Mymex isn’t necessarily what you think is, but when it comes to automating online grocery, every bit helps.

Walk-up automated units can increase convenience for shoppers and and augment existing curbside shopping, Albertsons Cos. said.

Online grocer Farmstead is beginning its cross-country expansion by way of an invitation-only offer for residents of Charlotte, N.C.

Investment could commercialize robotic order retrieval solutions at companies like Kroger, marrying efficient technology enhancements at both ends of the online grocery experience.

The 135,000-square foot customer fulfillment center is less than half the size of similar facilities going up across the U.S. and will come to life six months sooner.

E-commerce investment, however deliberate, pays off, but fresh food volume in any modality is the engine.

The parent of Winn-Dixie and Fresco Y Mas joins nascent crowdsourced e-commerce marketplace competitor to Instacart.

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