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


ShopRite Operator to Issue Worker Bonuses in Wake of Tax Bill

ShopRite operator Delaware Supermarkets will invest $300,000 in employee bonuses and training in wake of tax reform.


The Dollar Format Continues to Grow

The Lempert Report: Why does the dollar store continue to be such a formidable challenger?

The Whole Trade roses promotion provides a deeper discount for Prime shoppers.

Obligations of a heavy debt load and a pension dispute have constrained Tops' ability to invest and put it at a disadvantage against both gourmet and discount competitors.

The retailer met its quarterly financial targets, but a forecast for heavy investment and slim profits in 2018 has some investors worried.

Condensation issues and less than ideal positioning have doomed the company's first shot at unattended grocery pickup, but in-store towers are in full rollout, EVP Mark Ibbotson says.

The Roche Bros. veteran succeeds Brooks as head of the family-owned Michigan chain.

Basket Economics: Refueling is hitting the mainstream in more ways than one.

The retail exec dishes on his vision for the next generation of grocery, why indie grocers need not fear data analytics and more.

Group on track for $3.5B in worldwide digital sales

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