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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.

Walmart's private brand proving ground

The escalating war on plastics has a powerful ally in Walmart.

Too many retailers are shutting down: 2019 just hit its halfway point, but already the number of planned retail store closings has exceeded the total for all of 2018. How can retailers prosper rather than shutter? It starts with knowing the pulse of their lifeblood: the ever-changing consumer.

Fresh research on the new rules of remarketing show brands how to walk fine line between effectiveness and annoyance.

A strategic alliance between Nielsen and Microsoft is focused on helping consumer goods companies uncover growth and accelerate innovation.

An autonomous mobile grocery store called “Robomart” could make its U.S. debut as early as this summer if Robomart founder Ali Ahmed has his way.

Former PepsiCo and grocery wholesaler fills top spot at Acosta.

Rite Aid improved its financial situation by selling nearly 2,000 stores to Walgreens, but major structural and competitive challenges remain, something newly hired CEO Kermit Crawford knows better than anyone.

Kraft Heinz looks to reinvent the future with $100 million dollar commitment.

A plan called Restock Kroger is producing even better results than the company said it would when it announced the broad slate of initiatives on October 11.

There may be a second act for Toys “R” Us.

You know conditions are difficult for the center store when a list of the fast growing categories includes one with negative numbers.

MedMen Enterprises just did something most retailers not involved in the sale of marijuana take for granted when they cut the ribbon on a new store.

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