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


Albertsons to Close Unprofitable Texas Stores in 2019

The retailer is shuttering two Dallas-area locations, with plans for new store development.


Albertsons Buys Disputed Safeway Bonds

The $330 million investment settles with holders alleging the company was in default.

Within 24 hours this week, an expanded Aldi and a brand-new Lidl opened across the street from one another in Hazlet, N.J.

1,000 remodels, 200 conversions on tap for fiscal 2019 as the discount banner continues to struggle in third-quarter 2018.

The retailer has appointed the industry executive as SVP and chief human resources officer.

Sam Rhodes to lead merchandising and related functions for the 960-store retail ad group.

Chief Digital Officer J.J. Fleeman highlights "Powered by Peapod" and ambitious plans for omnichannel growth.

The membership club said it views metro Detroit as a "compelling" locale for market expansion.

Basket Economics: Farewell to the “wedge”—and whatever it stood for.

WGB’s November Endcap guest dishes on the alleged demise of brick-and-mortar, red tape and a reluctance to ask for help while proclaiming affection for her fabulous team, positive reinforcement and her prized Martin guitar.

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