Retail News Breaks Archives
Tom Keller, president of Safeway Inc.'s Vons division, plans to retire next month after over four decades in the food retailing industry.
A round of senior management changes is under way at Walmart, which has named a new chief executive officer for Sam's Club, whose current CEO is leaving, and promoted a pair of executives to fill two newly created posts: chief operating officer for its U.S. division and corporate chief administrative officer.
Stop & Shop is reintroducing its Guaranteed Value private label with a new look and new products.
H-E-B has begun major pricing and healthy shopper campaigns that it said will help customers realize more savings and improve their health in the new year.
After about a year of active efforts, Target Corp. has decided to postpone its plan to sell its credit card receivables portfolio.
Harris Teeter aims to draw customers to its pharmacies through a new incentive program that ties into the grocery area.
Walmart has appointed a former CBS executive to head its growing global e-commerce business.
Ahold USA is slated to roll out new software from NCR Corp. that will enable the food retailer to sharpen management of customer offers and promotions.
BJ's Wholesale Club Inc. is adopting a new transportation management solution to help streamline its transportation operations and pare costs.
Peter Lynch, who has led Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. since December 2004, will resign as chairman, president and chief executive officer of the chain when its merger with BI-LO LLC is completed.