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Retailers

Toilet Paper and, Now, Treadmills at Hy-Vee

Hy-Vee will open fitness equipment showrooms in select stores starting Sept. 14 in partnership with Johnson Fitness & Wellness.

Retailers

Save A Lot Offloads 32 Corporate-Owned Stores

The sale represents an opportunity to invest in underserved communities in three major Midwestern cities, the founders of the stores' new owner say.

In a Q&A, California Grocers Association President and CEO Ronald Fong discusses the lessons 2021 is teaching, and shares thoughts about what needs to happen to help grocers now.

Target CIO Mike McNamara, who has overseen all things tech at Target since 2015, will retire next year, the Minneapolis-based retailer has announced. Target Chairman and CEO Brian Cornell noti...

Walmart is planning to hire 20,000 permanent associates to support operations at its Walmart and Sam's Club distribution centers, fulfillment centers and transportation offices, the Bentonville, Ark.-...

"We think about the impact that technology can have—not everybody has the ability to build out sophisticated technology themselves," Vori CEO Brandon Hill says.

Demand for consumer packaged goods climbed 8.7% over already-elevated year-ago levels as producers continue to contend with labor challenges and higher material and freight prices, the Consumer Brands Association reported.

The University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Index fell 13.4% from July and is down 5.1% from August 2020.

Schnucks is expanding its use of Simbe Robotics' inventory management robots into all 111 of the St. Louis-based chain's grocery stores.

Target Corp. has named Sarah Travis, a 13-year Google veteran, president of its in-house media company, Roundel. Travis held several executive roles in marketing and sales during her tenure at Goog...

The Walmart Foundation is lending its support to No One Left Behind, the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service and the veteran-serving Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (T.A.P.S.).

Tyler King, who has been with the Grand Rapids-based retailer and wholesaler since 2007, moves up from senior director to finance VP, reporting to CFO Jason Monaco.

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