September/October 2017

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September/October 2017

A collection of news, articles and other featured content about September/October 2017.

Plenty of CEOs could claim to have the hardest job in retail, but none faces the unique set of challenges ahead of Shell Retail Executive Vice President István Kapitány.

With a curious blend of promotional intensity, everyday low prices and lots of yellow paint, Harveys Supermarket could help Southeastern Grocers grow.

Midwestern retailer Fresh Thyme Farmers Market has the backing of Meijer and distribution capacity in place to drive growth.

The word "disruption" has a place in the physical world too. Just look at Lidl.

Retailers' cage free commitments represent the ultimate chicken or egg scenario.

Retailers and consumer goods companies faced with the prospect of unrelenting and increasingly sophisticated cyber threats have reason for hope. New advancements in detection and information sharing have improved prospects for mitigating the risks of cyber attacks.

The battle against climate change is giving retailers and suppliers a competitive advantage.

Retail supply chains in the U.S. will be shaped by a new intermodal facility downriver from New Orleans.

A robot revolution is coming to retail.

​​​​​​​What we know and don't know about a future where shopping is seamless.