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


Walmart’s U.K. Unit Makes Case for Sainsbury Deal

Amid intense regulator scrutiny, Asda and Sainsbury’s promise to lower post-merger prices and cap gas margins in addition to divesting stores.


Why Personalized Promotions Beat Price Cuts in Hard-Discount Competition

A Brick Meets Click presentation illustrates the folly of price cuts as a means of competing with Aldi and Lidl.

At nearly 110,000 square feet, the Meridian, Idaho, location is the retailer’s largest store to date, offering culinary experiences and local products.

In a recent speaking event, Golub Corp. Chairman Neil Golub highlighted a need for partners in a consolidating industry.

A new consumer survey states that 58% of shoppers visit grocery stores very often, while fewer than 5% say they buy groceries online very often.

Retailer's Retail Business Services group partners with IBM to bring workers with autism to IT departments.

Grocers that focus on maximizing their value perception are rising to the top of the industry.

The discounter said the move would reduce costs, widen assortment and provide a chance to execute better in fast-growing categories.

Ever since the U.S. government recognized National PI Day in 2009, lots of Americans have made it an occasion to eat more desserts.

Carlisle, Pa.-based Giant honored top performers and talent at its annual company meeting.

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