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Walgreens to shut down drugstore.com

Walgreens to shut down drugstore.com

DEERFIELD, Ill. — Walgreens is shutting down drugstore.com and Beauty.com in an effort to focus on Walgreens.com. The retailer, which acquired the two e-commerce operations in 2011, expects the shutdown to be completed by the end of September. The properties helped Walgreens create new digital

Walgreens stresses simplicity with mobile app

RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. — When it redesigned its mobile app about a year ago, one of Walgreens’ priorities was to keep the customer experience as simple as possible. “It’s about taking friction out of the experience,” said Deepika Pandey, group vice president of digital

California college named for Stater Bros.’ Jack Brown

California college named for Stater Bros.’ Jack Brown

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Stater Bros. Markets has announced that California State University San Bernardino’s College of Business and Public Administration will be named for Jack Brown, the supermarket company’s executive chairman. The naming of the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration

NRF raises economic forecast for 2016

NRF raises economic forecast for 2016

WASHINGTON – The National Retail Federation, citing strong sales in the first half of the year, said Tuesday that it now expects 2016 retail sales to grow 3.4% over last year. The NRF had previously predicted sales would grow 3.1%. The trade association also raised

Former Walmart exec Don Soderquist dies

Former Walmart exec Don Soderquist dies

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Former Walmart executive Don Soderquist has passed away due to complications from heart surgery. He was 82. Soderquist was recruited by Walmart founder Sam Walton from Ben Franklin Stores, where Walton had his retailing start. He joined the retailer in 1980 as

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RETAIL NEWS

Ahold Delhaize merger deal goes through

NEW YORK — Delhaize Group and Royal Ahold completed their merger, as expected, on July 23. The Europe-based food and drug retailers said Saturday that the $29 billion deal has received regulatory clearance from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, and Delhaize Group chief executive officer

Target names Ben Cook senior VP global logistics

MINNEAPOLIS — Ben Cook has been named senior vice president of global logistics, inventory allocation and replenishment at Target Corp. He will lead the optimization of Target’s inbound and outbound supply chain processes, including carrier transportation and last-mile delivery. He’ll also oversee merchandise planning operations

Kroger to buy specialty pharmacy ModernHEALTH

CINCINNATI — Boosting its presence in the fast-growing specialty pharmacy arena, Kroger Co. has unveiled a deal for its Axium Pharmacy Holdings Inc. subsidiary to acquire Modern HC Holdings Inc., the parent of pharmacy services operator ModernHEALTH. Financial terms of the agreement weren’t disclosed. Plans

Kroger announces retirement, three promotions

CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. on Tuesday announced that Houston division president Bill Breetz will retire from the company effective August 24. He will be succeeded by Marlene Stewart, who currently serves as president of the company’s Dillons division. Colleen Juergensen, currently vice president of merchandising at Kroger’s

Target names Don Liu chief legal officer

MINNEAPOLIS —Target Corp. said Thursday that it has named Don Liu to serve as executive vice president, chief legal officer and general counsel, effective August 22. He will oversee all legal, corporate governance and government affairs matters for the company, reporting to chairman and chief

SUPPLIER NEWS

Kroger names IRI as preferred market measurement partner

CHICAGO — IRI says it has reached a long-term agreement with Kroger Co. to be the supermarket chain’s preferred partner for market measurement services. These services will provide Kroger and its supplier partners a common view of their business performance compared to the rest of

Hyland’s promotes Hamilton to president

LOS ANGELES — Homeopathic medicine maker Hyland’s Inc. has named Les Hamilton to succeed Dale Nepsa as president. Hyland’s said Thursday that Nepsa has retired after 25 years at Hyland’s. Hamilton, who had served as executive vice president since July 2013, will lead the company’s

Coty names Camillo Pane as CEO

NEW YORK — Coty Inc. announced on Thursday the appointment of Camillo Pane as chief executive officer as well as a member of the board, effective after the company closes its deal to acquire Procter & Gamble Co.’s (P&G’s) specialty beauty business. Coty said it

Kellogg’s debuts Raisin Bran Granola

BATTLE CREEK, Mich.— Kellogg Co. is debuting Raisin Bran Granola, which adds granola oat clusters to the classic cereal brand’s mix of crisp bran flakes and raisins. Available in two flavors — Raisin & Honey Granola and Cranberry Almond Granola — the Raisin Bran Granola

CRN, UL partner on dietary supplement registry

WASHINGTON — The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) has retained global independent safety science firm UL to develop and administer a dietary supplement product registry. The online product registry will include full label information for dietary supplements and be accessible via the web. CRN said

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