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Target will launch a new loyalty program next month dubbed Target Red to win shoppers who don't want to sign up for the retailer's branded credit or debit cards.

Office Depot has hired a retail veteran to be its new Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer.

Walmart, Target, Macy’s and several other retailers are urging President Trump not to impose massive tariffs on goods imported from China.

A veteran of Wakefern Food Corp. is joining The Fresh Market as the company’s vice president of merchandising, produce. Vic Savanello joins The Fresh Market with more than 30 years of experience in produce and floral management, with an emphasis on independent supermarkets.

Macy's is rolling out mobile checkout to all of its stores by the end of 2018, CEO Jeff Gennette said.

Walmart is looking to ease its last mile challenges by opening FedEx shops for printing, packing and shipping inside 500 of its U.S. stores.

Amazon has looked at the possibility of expanding its retail footprint by acquiring some locations from Toys “R” Us.

After imposing restrictions on the sale of firearms, ammunition and assault rifle-themed publications, Kroger has decided to stop selling guns altogether. The nation's biggest supermarket chain says it will phase out all sales of firearms and ammunition at its 132 Fred Meyer

On the heels of announcing bankruptcy plans, Southeastern Grocers is expanding its Latino-focused banner to new markets.

Grubhub just made a big move to become the dominant meal provider for Americans.

Ulta Beauty says allegations that the chain resells used makeup have not negatively impacted the brand, even as the company reported decelerating same store sales growth and lowered its guidance.

Blue Apron is planning to launch its meal kits in retail stores, according to CEO Brad Dickerson.

Happy Returns, whose plan to streamline the return process just got a big boost.

Southeastern Grocer is restructuring to save $500 million, but will be forced to file bankruptcy and close 94 stores.

Following a record fourth quarter, Dollar General in 2018 will rely on a familiar formula of new stores and increased same store sales to drive growth while new digital initiatives could provide a bonus.

Toys"R"Us planning to close or sell all of its more than 800 stores across the U.S.

Socially conscious online-only retailer Thrive Market is investing millions of dollars in exemplifying what it means to be an ethical enterprise.

7-Eleven is diversifying its assortment of packaged bakery items with a new private label range aimed at Hispanic consumers.

Citi Trends Inc. has named a new CEO on the same day the company reported impressive same store sales growth.

Investments in an improved store experience propelled Weis Markets' sales in the fourth quarter to a new record.

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

Walmart is doubling down on grocery delivery by offering the service to 40% of U.S. households by the end of the year at a cheaper price than competitors.

The former CFO of TJX Companies has joined Dollar Tree as a member of the board. 

Kohl's is making a big investment toward providing shoppers with a best-in-class omnichannel customer experience.

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