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Things are about to get more interesting for the food industry with former casino association executive Geoff Freeman at the helm of Grocery Manufacturers Association.

PepsiCo paid a premium to acquire in-home beverage maker SodaStream, turning source of pain into source of gain.

​​​​​​​Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just did something President Donald Trump may want to Tweet about.

Walmart paid $16 billion to acquire leadership position in India’s e-commerce market.

Nielsen’s chief technology and operations officer John Tavolieri has gained new responsibility for the firm’s U.S. business, a move designed to accelerate technology initiatives.

Costco still wants members to visit its warehouses, but its e-commerce business is gaining momentum and far stronger than holiday season sales results suggest.

NRF decries metals tariffs as self-inflicted wound, damaging to economy and retail industry.

3M CEO Inge Thulin is moving into the newly created role of Executive Chairman of the Board to make room for a 30 year veteran of the company to succeed him.

When Nelson Peltz acquired a stake in Procter & Gamble and sought a seat on the board, a lengthy proxy battle ensued and Peltz prevailed. Lowe’s took a more constructive approach that could serve as a model for similarly situated companies. At the urging of an activist investor firm D.E.

The E in ECRM now stands for Europe

Kantar is officially streamlining its consulting services under a single entity, Kantar Consulting.

The first of a three-part series with TCS, sharing insider insights on digital’s disruption of the supply chain.

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