Jon Springer

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One-on-One With Robotic Supermarket Inventor John Lert

The Alert Innovations founder joins WGB's Breakroom to discuss self-charging 3D robots, clam chowder and a how vision for an automated supermarket "took over my life."


Is Costco Approaching U.S. Saturation?

The rate of new openings will likely slow in coming years, but the club retailer still sees opportunities in infills, precision locations and new markets.

In an exclusive interview, Southeastern Grocers CEO Anthony Hucker says he takes pride in rebuilding a community devastated by Hurricane Michael.

The retailer reportedly acknowledged its divisions were making sure it has workers "in the right store leadership positions."

CEO Steven Spinner reflects on a "humbling year" for the transforming food distributor.

A new report this week gives further indication that Amazon has physical store ambitions beyond Whole Foods.

More independents call it quits in Pennsylvania as Weis plans Dallas reopening and a closure in Shavertown.

As the first class graduates in Northwest Texas, the retailer has plans to expand the academy program to more distribution centers across the country.

The McDonald's veteran on the challenges of big transformation: "We're serious about this."

The ShopRite cooperative is adding shelf-mounted Focal Systems cameras to 50 stores.

The 110-year-old trade group is changing its name to Consumer Brands Association in 2020, reflecting an overhaul of its focus and advocacy.

Customer experience and foodie culture are at the heart of the retailer's new Cincinnati flagship.

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