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


Dollar General to Increase Remodels, Build 900 Stores in 2018

Encouraged by better-than-expected sales and earnings results in its fiscal third quarter, Dollar General said it would build 900 new stores in fiscal 2018, and remodel another 1,000.


ShopRite Highlights In-Store Butcher Service for Holidays

The services include personalized cuts, sizing guidance and preorders.

Retailer promotes three more members following promotion of George Frahm to president

Monica Garnes takes the reins from Steve McKinney to become the retailer's first African-American division leader.

The facilities will accelerate product development for meal kits and product development.

The Lempert Report: Americans are spending more—just in different ways.

The debt-laden chain seeks to close 94 stores in six states.

Impressed by the brand's celebration of "fun and individuality," the retailer plans to make the line available in all stores by fall 2018.

While slowing down and building new facilities, the retailer is making a few exceptions.

The Atlanta launch will support the retailer's goal to get grocery delivery to 40% of the U.S. population this year.

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