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Macy's and Go? Retailer goes cashier-less

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

Amazon, Instacart leverage shoppable recipe network

The red-hot shoppable recipe space is getting another big partnership.

Allrecipes is partnering with eMeals to sell curated meal plans to Allrecipes, Better Homes & Gardens and EatingWell readers.

L'Oreal has acquired augmented reality firm ModiFace as it looks to roll out more digital services.

Albertsons is launching an innovative marketplace for vendors who wish to grow their business by direct-shipping to Albertsons customers.   

Fast-growing global meal kit provider HelloFresh is buying competitor Green Chef as it looks to win a larger share of consumers in the U.S.

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.

Retailers looking to expedite and enhance their click and collect model have a new solution to consider. Bell and Howell has launched a new click-and-collect system designed specifically for big box stores, warehouse clubs and other category specialists.

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

C-store chain 7-Eleven is making signing up for its rewards program irresistible to shoppers with a big giveaway.

Clorox-owned Hidden Valley is testing an integrated marketing product that leads online grocery shoppers to Hidden Valley products on AmazonFresh.

Kroger is leveraging the opportunity in online grocery by expanding its partnership with Instacart.

A tax reform tailwind is helping Kroger advance its Restock transformation plan in 2018, but profits are a different story.

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.

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