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How grocers can compete for ad dollars against Amazon, Google and Walmart

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

Uber, Grubhub eat into food retailers’ traffic

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

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

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.

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

A master of loyalty talks to Retail Leader

AI leader and Revionics CEO Marc Hafner on what retailers need to know about transformative technologies and how to realize ROI.

Retailers gained new capabilities to improve freshness and reduce waste thanks to a partnership between two industry innovators. AgroFresh and Zest Labs are collaborating to strengthen their unique solutions which give retailers increased visibility into their entire fresh supply chain. Pla

Large retail and CPG companies looking for a speed advantage can leverage artificial intelligence to automate everything from insights to execution, according to IRI President and CEO Andrew Appel.

The data is in and products with sustainable attributes are driving a disproportionate percentage of growth. IRI teamed with NYU’s Stern Center for Sustainable Business to understand why products with sustainability attributes driving superior growth rates.

The cannabis market is growing fast and creating opportunities for CPG’s who understand the marketplace dynamics. Jessica Lukas with BDS Analytics and IRI’s Carl Edstrom shed light on a category unlike any other.

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