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Peapod just named a new president

Ahold Delhaize has named a new president to accelerate growth at Peapod.

Forget Whole Foods. Here’s why Amazon’s competitors should worry

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

Fast and free shipping is the No. 1 preference of holiday shoppers this year, according to Deloitte's 33rd annual survey of consumer spending intentions and trends.

Walmart named Nielsen its preferred provider of point of sales data as part of an expanded relationship that also involves the Jet.com online unit.

Walmart's Jet division has just tapped Blue Apron to offer an assortment of its meal kits for purchase on Jet’s online and mobile platforms.

Amazon just earned a whole new slew of shoppers in foreign countries thanks to a new partnership with Western Union.

Amazon's separate portal for charitable donations has attracted so many shoppers that the company says it has donated more than $100 million to charity causes since the launch of Amazon Smile five years ago.

The main source of growth behind the retail success of Amazon Prime may be sputtering, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP).

Amazon is planning to expand its private label assortment in 2018 to include diapers, medications, pet accessories and other goods. 

The integration of Amazon and Whole Foods Market has taken a major step forward with huge implications for food retailers.

Amazon is headed into the all-important holiday period by posting its fourth straight quarter of $1 billion in sales.

Amazon is making it more clear than ever that it intends to disrupt the drug store sector.

Walmart is partnering with DoorDash and Postmates on grocery delivery for one very big reason.

A week after announcing it would sell its meal kits at Costco, online retailer Blue Apron is rolling out a brick and mortar strategy.

Almost half (48%) of consumers in the U.S. now do some or all of their grocery shopping online, while 59 percent are planning to do so in the future, according to a new study.

Walmart is making another play for online shoppers with the acquisition of Bare Necessities, a leading e-comm retailer for intimates.

Amazon may have just come up with a way to lure online shoppers back to physical stores: discounts.

More retailers plan to open new physical locations this year as companies focus on using brick-and-mortar stores to expedite order fulfillment.

Amazon is preparing to publish a holiday toy guide to leverage the opportunity left by the demise of Toys R Us. The catalog will be mailed to millions of U.S.

Just a few days after raising $40 million in new funding, Chicago-based e-comm company ShopRunner has acquired Spring, a mobile shopping app.

As Prime Day 2018 gets underway, Amazon is poised to reach a new milestone in conversational commerce.

A new pilot program involving two of the nation’s largest retailers highlights unconventional actions companies are willing to take to remain relevant in a disrupted retail landscape.

Amazon offered few details on Prime Day results in contrast to prior years.

Walmart is moving to quickly scale up its grocery delivery operation by partnering with Postmates.

Men are not embracing online shopping as much as women and are more likely to shop in-store at full price retailers, according to a new report.

Meal planning service eMeals is driving grocery sales, both in-store and online, by providing an alternative to meal kits. According to a recent survey, eMeals, a meal planning service that has sent healthy home-cooked meals to over 1 million families, announced that its integrated online pickup

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