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Maredia has worked hard to control his company’s destiny, and the future looks bright.
The German grocer’s onward march continues and with few visible weaknesses, competitors should be concerned.
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Plenty of CEOs could claim to have the hardest job in retail, but none faces the unique set of challenges ahead of Shell Retail Executive Vice President István Kapitány.
BJ's Wholesale Club has always defied neat classification. Even with the words "wholesale" and "club" in its name, it has never fit the mold of Costco or Sam's Club.
Sephora makes a big bet on technology to provide the kind of disruptive retail experience that will drive sustained growth.
Three years after opening a supermarket that helped revitalize downtown Cleveland the Heinen brothers are moving fast to leverage data and serve shoppers in new ways.
It is common for retailers to make bold pronouncements about the importance of and demonstrate a commitment to diversity and gender equality.
With a curious blend of promotional intensity, everyday low prices and lots of yellow paint, Harveys Supermarket could help Southeastern Grocers grow.
An image of babies scooting across the floor toward an unknown destination is the perfect metaphor for the state of the retail industry.
Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen’s plan to become “America’s Grocer.”
Nilam Ganenthiran, Chief Business Officer at Instacart, and Chris Bryson, Founder and CEO of Unata, talk about the future of food retailing.
The CEO of dunnhumby, Guillaume Bacuvier, speaks with Retail Leader about personalization, sku rationalization and the data science company’s evolving business model.
Lolli & Pops’ formula of experiential stores, cutting edge technology and delightful service is a sweet lesson for retailers.