Jon Springer

Executive Editor

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Jon Springer

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Retailers

Recalls Trigger Lower Earnings Forecast for SpartanNash

The distributor cited "headwinds" including anticipation of lower sales and revenue from processed foods while slashing fiscal earnings expectations.

Technology

Kroger’s Robot Partner Eyeing Launch in Phoenix

Job listings for Nuro indicate the autonomous vehicles could make their first deliveries from Fry's stores.

The retailer will sell groceries in China for the first time in its 135-year history.

The retailer has asked U.S. Bankruptcy Court to approve a pension settlement described as a key to emergence.

Move follows remodels, service expansion at Pick 'n Save, Metro and Copps

The Consumer Price Index showed mixed results in July as gap vs. input costs narrowed.

Basket Economics: With Rite Aid in the rearview, the retailer just needs to keep an eye on the road ahead.

The Twinkie maker said a reduction in promotional space trimmed sales and financial projections.

The proposed $24B deal was scuttled amid investor unease; Albertsons walks away rather than boost offer.

The retailer said its largest U.S. banner lost ground as new marketing and merchandising teams got started, but trends have since improved.

The outspoken former Amazon executive stops in WGB's Break Room and sounds off on Kroger, Amazon and Walmart.

The retailer is partnering with a robotics firm to deploy Alphabot to assemble online orders in a bolt-on wareroom.

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