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Jon Springer

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Retailers

Sprouts to Dial Back New Stores

Seeking a more profitable path to growth, the retailer’s new management team is retooling its approach to new stores, private label and pricing.

Retailers

Industry Awaits the Simple Truth—and a New Look—From Kroger

Basket Economics: The retailer is prepping a big brand transformation as it sets a fresh course for Restock.

The four-store Foodtown chain run by Allegiance's longtime CEO is switching co-ops and banners, citing "fierce competition" in New Jersey.

A focus on improved experiences for shoppers and a more efficient environment for workers come together in the North St. Louis store.

In a move revealing big ambitions in grocery, the e-commerce giant said it would remove the $14.99 monthly fee for Prime members to shop for groceries while speeding delivery to as little as two hours.

The well-loved supermarket welcomed fans and curious New Yorkers as its first store in the city opened.

The new brands, which may succeed long-standing store brand items, were revealed at Wakefern Food Corp.'s annual meeting.

The online retail giant says sustainability gains have come along with additional sales; physical store sales dip.

With an innovative spin on convenience, the format demonstrates new possibilities for small urban stores.

The funding will enable "hypergrowth" for the newly rebanded robotic pick technology, which joins a crowding field of options.

In WGB's "10 Items or Less" podcast, Loop Capital analyst Andrew Wolf speculates on an "asset-light" solution for forthcoming pick centers, the lure of retail research and whether scale is truly necessary for digital success.

The Jefferies stock analyst joins WGB's "10 Items or Less" podcast to discuss progress at Walmart and Target, challenges at Kroger and promising fulfillment technologies.

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