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Interested in the future of food but missed the recent webinar, “Foodshift: Winning the Share of Stomach Battle?” Never fear, a transcript is now available.

​​​​​​​It’s been more than three years since Dollar Tree acquired Family Dollar and although the company maintains there has been significant progress on integration, there is also more to be done.

Walmart is officially a digital first company after being rewarded by Wall Street for slashing its 2019 store expansion and reducing its profit forecast due to e-commerce investments.

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.

​​​​​​​Global supply chain and logistics at Target are getting a boost from the services of a newly hired executive who joins the company from Walmart.

Kroger is shoring up its supply chain for further expansion on the East Coast with a new $17 million investment in Kentucky.

DHL is responding to the skyrocketing demand in cross-border e-commerce sales with a huge new fleet investment.

As people shop more online, Amazon and other retailers are turning to independent contractors to drop parcels at homes and businesses. 

Girish Rishi, the CEO of JDA Software Group, discusses moon shots, a new developer conference and a philosophy of co-creation that comes to life at the company’s new 13,200-sq.-ft. Customer Experience Center.

Office Depot is leveraging major 2017 acquisition in its pivot to become a business services platform and help other retailers solve challenges.

Up to 20 automated warehouses in the works as part of exclusive partnership.

H-E-B is accelerating its growth strategy by building its largest distribution and manufacturing plant ever.

Aggressive promotion of home delivery will impact store traffic, but the alternative is losing share to competitors moving fast to offer an increasingly in-demand service.

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