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Harris Teeter offers grocery shopping 3.0

Harris Teeter is leveraging technology to drive sales growth by completely revamping the grocery store shopping experience.

Amazon throws Kohl's a holiday lifeline

The Kohl's deal with Amazon to handle returns for the online retailer brings the war time proverb "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" to life in the retail industry.

Sure, Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods is a big deal, but the bigger concern is the astonishing pace of supply chain infrastructure expansion.

Kroger and Walmart are rolling out the first grocery meal kit solution that can be ordered via pickup or delivery.

There’s been plenty of hyperventilating about Amazon of late and its presumed domination of all things retail, but one influential retail analyst has maintained a rational view of things.

Kohl's is hoping that an assortment differentiated by Amazon devices will help it drive sales.

BJ’s Wholesale Club is launching two new websites dedicated to showcasing its two own brands: Berkley Jensen and Wellsley Farms.

Grocery delivery giant Instacart is accelerating its growth plans by announcing a new deal with Smart & Final.

Chef'd, a first-of-its-kind meal kit marketplace, is partnering with Gelson's Markets in a strategic push to expand distribution into retail.  California-based Gelson's, which has 28 locations, will now offer the Chef'd meal kits at the Gelson's Valley Village/North Holl

Retail and consumer goods experts from Revionics, Oracle, Precima and Market Track will share their unique perspective on major industry developments and growth opportunities beginning Aug. 31.

Amazon has been quietly expanding its network of physical stores even as it accelerates a panoply of digital efforts.

Walmart shoppers in Orlando or Dallas will now be able to order groceries on Walmart.com and have them delivered via Uber.

We have gone from next day delivery to one hour delivery and now Amazon has launched "instant delivery," in which shoppers can pick up merchandise minutes after placing an order.

New General Mills CEO Jeff Harmening sees e-commerce as a major way to increase sales and remain at the top of mind of shoppers.

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