Jon Springer

Executive Editor

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Jon Springer

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Retailers

Buyk Hits the Streets As Instant-Delivery Grocery Field Continues to Swell

Pronounced “bike,” the newly available service is founded by veterans of the Russian retailer Samokat, and joins several counterparts pushing a new vision for urban grocery shopping.

Stores

Mere is Here: Inside the Russian Discounter's UK Debut

U.K. grocery analyst Steve Dresser provides exclusive photos of the bargain retailer's store that opened this month in the northern England city of Preston.

Delivery provider eyes 'end-to-end' capabilities as e-commerce platforms remain in high demand.

Dollar General touts progress in food; Dollar Tree reviews freight woes, as they separately reported financial results.

Ariel Shemesh, founder of Kanduai, discusses how edge computing software can affordably address complex problems for retailers and shoppers, putting practicality ahead of precision.

The move to commercialize delivery behind ‘GoLocal’ could bring new revenue and opportunity to Walmart, but sources foresee a hard sell to competitors.

Online shopping is retaining most of the share COVID gains it made last year as changes in consumer preferences and the Delta COVID variant, are shifting preferences, the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus survey indicates.

The new program, known as Fresh Start With Axonify, uses personalized online training games.

The wholesale club details worker wage investments and a willingness to absorb rising prices to maintain momentum, and show value to members.

Save A Lot is stepping out from years of quiet reinvention with an energetic and distinct new message that customers like “like, a lot a lot,” Marketing SVP Tim Schroder says.

The former “shadow” to departed CEO Jeff Bezos served an influential role in Amazon's growing grocery business.

The retailer beat sales and earnings expectations behind share gains in grocery, increased margins and a strengthening Sam's Club division.

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