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A collection of featured Industry News.

How to get deals done, an M&A checklist

Food retailers have regained ground against big tech and major retailers in the battle for consumer goods companies’ shifting ad budgets.

The escalating war on plastics has a powerful ally in Walmart.

Food delivery services have made it easy to avoid a trip to the grocery store, creating a challenge for conventional food retailers that won’t be solved by an enhanced store experience alone. Services provided by the likes of Uber Eats, Grubhub and Waitr facilitated roughly $5 billion in food sa

Amazon’s fleet of promotional vehicles known as Treasure Trucks has expanded to bring daily deals residents of Charlotte, Cincinnati, Columbus and Las Vegas. The program functions like a mobile Blue Light Special, a merchandising initiative Kmart devised in which stores would

If you haven’t heard of electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles and reduced rotor operating speed aircraft you will.

Happier workers provide better customer service at world's largest retailer

Mars selects inaugural members of Seed of Change Accelerator program.

Too many retailers are shutting down: 2019 just hit its halfway point, but already the number of planned retail store closings has exceeded the total for all of 2018. How can retailers prosper rather than shutter? It starts with knowing the pulse of their lifeblood: the ever-changing consumer.

Meet the two year old Australian company changing digital product promotions and giving food retailers Amazon and Google capabilities.

Shoppers desire to eliminate friction and continued improvement in the self-checkout process are rewriting the rules of store experience and fueling record growth for equipment manufacturers.

To understand the meaning of Prime Day you have to look beyond the deals and the hype.

​​​​​​​Sprouts Farmers Market stores are in for some merchandising, marketing and supply chain changes following the appointment of Jack Sinclair as CEO.

Walgreens Group Vice President of Retail Brands Helayna Minsk has high expectations for growth and quality.

Lowe’s new advertising slogan may be “do it right for less,” but the company isn’t heeding that advice when it comes to its technology transformation. Lowe’s President and CEO Marvin Ellison has committed the company to spending $500 million annually through 2021 on its technology transformation

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.

Fresh research on the new rules of remarketing show brands how to walk fine line between effectiveness and annoyance.

Food retailers should quit obsessing over Amazon and Whole Foods and pay more attention to Dollar General.

Loblaw's Galen Weston is leading a charge to reduce, reuse and recycle plastics.

The Davos of retail draws CEOs to Vancouver

The introduction of higher price points to Dollar Tree's assortment is underway.

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.

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