Jon Springer

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Most Retailers Banking on New Data Revenue Will Miss Out, Study Warns

A new Dunnhumby report finds that while 81% of U.S. food retailers view data monetization as a top 2020 priority, most don’t have the tools to pull it off.


Walmart Reveals Produce 2.0 Merchandising Reset

Lower bins and wider aisles will showcase fresh improvements, which officials say will make stores easier to shop and stock.

Balancing job anxieties and worker-employer disconnect with “smart and ethical” approaches will be key as retailers focus on the future.

Modular farms coming to the retailer’s QFC stores will provide sustainable, fresh leafy greens.

Engage3 founder Ken Ouimet joins WGB's Breakroom to discuss how the smartphone changed pricing and why price image beats margin games.

The former Walmart.com CEO succeeds Steve Townsend.

The natural foods retailer promises new stores, improved merchandising, a dividend and a variety of new private label items in its new fiscal year.

The executive fills the post left vacant by John Furner, who was promoted to CEO of Walmart U.S.

“We need to do more and move faster” to link grocery to general merchandise in online mix, Doug McMillon declares in Q3 financial review.

With costly subscriptions and meal kits appealing to only some in-store shoppers, the retailer sees an opportunity for a "holistic" home-meal private brand.

Heather Mayo, who previously worked for Sam’s Club, Boxed and BJ’s, will ready former Amelia’s base for growth as Q3 sales swell.

Job listings say the e-commerce giant is seeking contributors to "a vibrant store" opening near Los Angeles in 2020.

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