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


Boxed lands up to $20 million new financing

Online retailer reiterates possibility of a sale of the company.


Dollar Tree names Rick Dreiling CEO

Mike Witynski, who had been with the discounter since 2010, is leaving the company. Dollar Tree shook up nearly its entire C-suite last summer.

Through a partnership with digital marketplace Flashfood, the program will now include 34 of the grocer's Massachusetts stores and 21 of its Rhode Island locations.

Executives, panelists and guest speakers shared their views on the bumpy economy, acceleration of technology, embracing change and the grocery industry’s resilience at the Midwinter Executive Conference in Orlando.

More than half of consumers say they'd rather shop in-store because they do not trust someone else picking out their grocery items, according to new data from Kroger-backed data firm 84.51°.

The fast-growing discount grocer will open its newest store in the Chicago area next Thursday, with another store planned to open later this year at Six Corners, a shopping district in the Portage Park neighborhood of Chicago's Northwest Side.

BNPL isn't just being used for big-ticket items anymore, as cash-strapped shoppers look to the service to help fund necessities, according to recent research.

He takes the helm of the 70-unit independent grocery chain, replacing Mimi Song, who founded the company in 1981.

Panel at NRF Retail’s Big Show offers differing outlooks for a recession in 2023.

Overall retail trade sales fell 1.2% from November yet grew 6.5% versus a year ago.

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