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


Walmart Expands Education Benefits With Affordable College Plan

The new program has the potential to disrupt education and address the student loan debt epidemic.


Walmart’s New High-Tech Supermarket

The Lempert Report: The retailer's new small-format store in China could challenge Aldi and Amazon.

With two of the industry’s top competitors joining forces with traditional grocers, the segment is being redefined.

The retailer has settled the dispute relating to its ongoing Chapter 11 proceedings, which it said "represents an important milestone in our financial restructuring efforts."

Douglas Hacker will succeed Timothy O’Donovan in the position.

Investments in service and stores are paying off, but profits slowed in its first quarter, the retailer said.

The $200 million deal could be worth more if aggressive growth targets are met.

The pro-gun stance of a candidate for governor has struck a nerve in Florida, where some shoppers are staging a boycott.

Equipment upgrades and new jobs will aid capacity at the Hinckley site, according to officials.

As the "one-stop shop" declines and discount stigma recedes, Grocery Outlet sales are up.

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