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Retail
Stop & Shop Powers Store Energy Initiative

Stop & Shop will power 40 of its stores in Massachusetts and New York with Bloom Energy servers. The servers will provide clean, reliable, 24/7 electricity in a microgrid configuration that will continue to power each store in the event of a grid power outage, the company said.

Retail
Walmart Tries New Twist On Neighborhood Market Format

As it continues to try new initiatives in its grocery store format, Walmart has opened a slicker, quicker version of Neighborhood Market designed to get shoppers through the store more efficiently while also providing a range of services and department updates.

Retail
Save A Lot Gains Capital Infusion

Discount grocer Save A Lot said it has reached an agreement with a substantial majority of its lenders to recapitalize the business and deleverage its balance sheet. An infusion of new capital will support the company’s operations and the acceleration of its business transformation plan.

Retail
Kroger, Walgreens Form Group Purchasing Organization

Building on a unique collaboration that first brought together Kroger’s food and grocery experience with Walgreens’ expertise in health and beauty, the companies have formed a new group purchasing organization aimed at delivering purchasing efficiencies, lower costs and combined resources to help drive further innovation.

Financials
Kroger Spotlights Q3 Progress

In the third quarter, Kroger emphasized how it is executing against its strategic restructuring plan, and advanced its identical store sales, but narrowly missed a Wall Street earnings estimate.

Retail
Kroger Names Ginnett Mid-Atlantic President

Following the retirement of Jerry Clontz, president of Kroger’s Mid-Atlantic division, the company has appointed Paula Ginnett to the role, effective November 1. She has previously been serving as a vice president at the company.

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