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The problem with Grocery Outlet’s growth forecast

Grocery Outlet received a warm reception on Wall Street last week when it went public at $22 a share. Part of the appeal is that the operator 316 stores with annual sales of $2.3 billion is a unique animal in food retail with a 15 year track record of same store sales growth.

Is a recession on the horizon?

Recession risks continue to be remote. That is despite the U.S. economy slowing from a nearly four percent rate of growth in the middle of 2018 back towards its long-term trend of two percent by the end of 2019. The U.S.

Leveraging artificial intelligence to improve pricing, promotions and profitability is shaping up as one of the most significant retail industry trends of 2019.

A new survey of executives involved in mergers and acquisitions has taken a negative turn heading into 2019.

Here is why it has never been a better time to be in the grocery industry.

The grocery industry is worth $1 trillion and a good chunk of that just went to Instacart.

Starbucks brings in new financial expertise to execute companies strategic priorities.

Rite Aid posted a modest improvement in second quarter results and named three new board members in the wake of a failed merger with Albertsons.

A new survey offers retailers some interesting data about the difference between male and female holiday shoppers.

Sears reported another quarterly loss after its Chief Executive Officer called the company’s struggles a fight for survival.

Casey’s Value Creation Plan is bearing fruit, as the company shows increases in its revenue and earnings in its first-quarter report.

Best Buy’s efforts to get leaner and techier are paying off.

Rite Aid improved its financial situation by selling nearly 2,000 stores to Walgreens, but major structural and competitive challenges remain, something newly hired CEO Kermit Crawford knows better than anyone.

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