Walmart and DoorDash are teaming up to help expand the retailer’s online grocery delivery service, beginning with the Atlanta metro area.
Walmart is inviting entrepreneurs to its upcoming Open Call, which is scheduled for June 13 in Bentonville, AR.
As part of a pilot program at 17 Gainesville, Florida, area stores, Walgreens is bringing together new approaches to pricing and promotions, product selection, the shopping experience and strategic collaborations to bring new services to customers.
Spending on gifts for Mother’s Day is expected to reach a near-record total of $23.1 billion, according to the annual survey by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics.
To help celebrate Earth Month, Kroger is promoting “Sustainability Lives Here,” an annual company event which features $100 in digital coupons on sustainably produced products.
Sears Holdings Corp. and its board of directors have received a letter from ESL Investments expressing the view that the company should pursue a divestiture of all or a portion of its Kenmore brand and related assets, the Sears Home Improvement business of the Sears Home Services division (SHIP) and the PartsDirect business of the Sears Home Services division.
The robust pace of spending on home renovations and repairs is expected to stay strong over the coming quarters, according to the Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA), released by the Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University.
True Value Company and ACON Investments have finalized a new strategic partnership, which the companies said will accelerate the transformation of True Value and create the only branded national hardware wholesaler without a membership requirement.
Kroger has completed the sale of its convenience store business unit to EG Group for $2.15 billion.
In an effort to establish fairer small package shipping rates, Congressman Kenny Marchant, a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee, introduced House Resolution 5524, as reported April 17 by HomeWorld Business, a bill intended to end the U.S. Postal Service practice of subsidizing inbound international shipments of parcels weighing less than two kilograms, or 4.4 pounds.