The latest news and analysis of U.S. grocerymass, drug, discount and club retailers, including financial, executive leadership and mergers and acquisitions


Target Talks Holiday Labor Plans

Minneapolis-based Target said it will hire 100,000 seasonal employees this year, down from the 130,000 it added last year, as it looks to offer up to 5 million additional holiday hours to current associates.


Giant Food Nixes Fee for Midweek Deliveries

The Landover, Md.-based grocer said it believes lower delivery charges and order minimums "will make these convenient services even more accessible to consumers."

The online grocery platform's new president sits down with WGB to discuss industry job and revenue growth and getting consumers on the 'digital train.'

Keynote addresses from Google’s Carrie Tharp and from GoPuff’s Yakir Gola emphasized overarching themes of this year’s Groceryshop conference—the rise of “instant retail” and the race to monetize and respond to that demand.

As part of an ongoing effort to drive digital transformation, the Hispanic grocery chain has appointed an executive to oversee operations of its technology team.

Video platform Firework announced a partnership with Albertsons Cos. meant to bolster the grocer's digital shopping experience and help online customers find new products and meal ideas.

New campaign is driving in-store traffic, social media engagement, same store sales and shopper personalization efforts.

Grocer partners with to bring more than 50 fresh fruits and vegetables from 15 local farms to Schnucks' 111 stores.

Courting "intentional" shoppers, Walmart is introducing a new online shopping hub and new iconography meant to help label-conscious customers easily identify the kinds of products they want.

A 20-year-old student and part-time Hy-Vee employee took home a $10,000 grand prize, in a signature event of the NGA Show in Las Vegas.

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