Jon Springer

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3 Sprouts Set to Bloom, Including 1st New Jersey Store

The Phoenix-based retailer will open three units—in Mesa, Ariz., San Jose, Calif., and Marlton, N.J.—on June 5.


How to Succeed in the Failure-Filled World of Grocery Delivery

Fulfilling grocery orders accurately and efficiently is incredibly complex and requires a deep culture of service, FreshDirect veteran says

The retailer said its South Congress store, one of the oldest in the chain, would reopen with a new vibrancy in 2022.

The veteran of Google, Microsoft and Amazon will set global digital strategy and lead teams developing new tools and systems.

Faster checkout is only one benefit as supermarkets and technologists team to explore Amazon Go-like spaces

CEO Brian Cornell says winners are emerging in an omnichannel shopping world.

At an Albert Heijn store in the Netherlands, chicken and fish prices will change in real time as the retailer looks to reduce unsold food.

Investment in Karakuri, which can build a customizable meal to go in 10 seconds, to support Zoom rollout, partners such as Kroger.

Trading in a post-Amazon world—and a subsequent auction—revealed interest in the discount retailer was lacking, filing shows.

Fergie's turned to the Ahold Delhaize unit, acknowledging industry economics can't support single-store operator.

The discounter aims to surpass 100 stores by year-end 2020, hitting a goal once imagined two years earlier.

Basket Economics: Everything worked just as it should at the New York debut of Amazon’s futuristic food store. So now what?