Jon Springer

Executive Editor

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Jon Springer

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Albertsons, Rite Aid to Merge

The proposed deal will take Albertsons public under the guidance of a new CEO.


Southeastern, Tops Considering Chapter 11: Reports

The privately held chains have been saddled by high debt.

Here's how retailers are balancing local service and attention to tech in a disruptive world.

Supermarket prices grew slightly for the seventh consecutive month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Small retailers can thrive in the “new world order” if they change, an NGA speaker says.

A panel at the NGA Show argued that indies could do more for manufacturers with better pricing, but acknowledged they have to tell their story.

Companies facing the threat of hard discounters need to choose where they can differentiate and execute those points flawlessly, speaker Harold Lloyd said.

Amazon and Whole Foods tie closer bond, mount new threat in delivery deal for Prime shoppers

An activist investor sharply critical of Supervalu said it would nominate three candidates for its board.

The chain will direct investment to its Northwest core amid a "disruptive" environment.

A troubled retail jewelry sector and few obvious buyers could interfere with Kroger's desire to sell off non-core assets.

Wegmans has begun hiring for its Lancaster, Pa., unit, which is set for an early fall opening.

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