Christine LaFave Grace


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Christine LaFave Grace

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How Walmart Wants to 'Win the Kitchen'

"The way we're thinking about capital and putting capital toward omni-fulfillment, omni-technology, that's where we're going as a company, and I feel really good about it," CFO Brett Biggs says at Baird conference.


SpartanNash's Chief Merchandising and Marketing Officer Is Leaving

EVP Lori Raya informed SpartanNash on June 3 of her intent to resign, according to an SEC filing, which notes that Raya is working with the company to ensure an orderly transition.

The protein producer is setting a goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions globally by 2050 and 50% renewable energy use in the U.S. by 2030.

A new task force led by the secretaries of agriculture, transportation and commerce will look to boost resilience for U.S. supply chains, including those in agriculture and food production.

Walmart's new prescription savings program, available exclusively to Walmart+ members, promises access to select commonly prescribed medications at zero cost.

Understanding online grocery buyers' preferences and behaviors is key to keeping this loyalty-inclined cohort.

After a disappointing April, the U.S. economy added more than half a million jobs in May, but grocery stores saw another month of declines.

After a successful trial in San Francisco, the online grocer is expanding its Refill & Save grocery reorder service to all of its markets.

Associates will get a new Samsung Galaxy smartphone that they can use with the also-new Me@Walmart app on the job to clock in, manage their schedules, get answers to customer questions and more.

The company lifts its forecast for the retail segment while lowering its projections for military sales.

Improvements in gross-profit margin point to progress against key initiatives, CEO Tony Sarsam says.

McClaren Farms is the first product line to come out of Walmart's push to develop an end-to-end beef supply chain.

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