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Reuters
Japan's FamilyMart considering CITIC and CP Group partnershipsNussey and Ritsuko Shimizu TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's FamilyMart UNY Holdings (
Reuters / Posted yesterday
Nussey and Ritsuko Shimizu TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's FamilyMart UNY Holdings (8028.T), Japan's second largest convenience store chain, is considering partnering on new business with China's CITIC Ltd (0267.HK) and Thailand's Charoen Pokphand... Read more
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Australian Food News
Amazon entry overplayed says IBISWorldAustralia has been “overplayed” says market research firm, IBISWorld. Accordin
Australian Food News / Posted yesterday
Australia has been “overplayed” says market research firm, IBISWorld. According IBISWorld, traditional brick-and-mortar supermarkets and already-existent online grocery retailers will not be as severely affected by Amazon as operators in other... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Safeway boosts age for senior discountthey'd lost their 10-percent senior citizen's discount when they went shopping
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 3 days ago
they'd lost their 10-percent senior citizen's discount when they went shopping at Safeway on July 10. Signs posted in the store's entryways announced that the eligibility age had increased by 10 years, to 65, consistent with all the stores... Read more
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CNBC
Grocery shopping is no longer a one-stop experienceMandy Roberson spends her Sundays driving from one store to another to buy all
CNBC / Posted 5 days ago
Mandy Roberson spends her Sundays driving from one store to another to buy all the groceries she needs for the week. To find bargains, the 28-year-old blogger from Queen Creek, Ariz.,heads to the Sprouts organic supermarket for produce, meat and... Read more
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Columbia Star
City SnippetsHobby Lobby opening Lexington store Hobby Lobby opening Lexington store Hobby
Columbia Star / Posted 5 days ago
Hobby Lobby opening Lexington store Hobby Lobby opening Lexington store Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. is opening a new 55,000- square-foot store at Sunset and Palmetto Park boulevards in mid-September. Hobby Lobby has 15 stores in South Carolina and more... Read more
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Zero Hedge
How Government Helped Create The Coming Doctor Shortagecost. As health care specialist John C. Goodman has pointed out in Forbes, the
Zero Hedge / Posted 5 days ago
cost. As health care specialist John C. Goodman has pointed out in Forbes, the slowed growth of health care spending in the United States is a trend that correlates most closely with supply side reforms such as the availability of health savings... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Never do this with your pointsthat has nearly 30 airline partners to earn and redeem points with including Si
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
that has nearly 30 airline partners to earn and redeem points with including SilkAir, Air New Zealand, Lufthansa, and United. KrisFlyer is also partnered with over 200 retail shops, making it easy to accrue points when shopping as normal. Many... Read more
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Newsmax
Union Head Plans Appeal to FTC Over Amazon's Purchase of Whole FoodsThe president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union is
Newsmax / Posted 8 days ago
The president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union is planning an appeal to the Federal Trade Commission in an attempt to quash Amazon's purchase of Whole Foods, The Washington Post reported. Marc Perrone says Amazon in that... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Union to tell FTC Amazon Whole Foods purchase threatens closures, consumer choiceMarc Perrone, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Marc Perrone, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, sees Amazon the way some Rust Belt workers see global trade - as a threat to American jobs. "Amazon's reach will ultimately reduce the number of grocery... Read more
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The Morning Call
Union to tell FTC Amazon Whole Foods purchase threatens closures, consumer choiceMarc Perrone, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International
The Morning Call / Posted 8 days ago
Marc Perrone, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, sees Amazon the way some Rust Belt workers see global trade - as a threat to American jobs. "Amazon's reach will ultimately reduce the number of grocery... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Union to tell FTC Amazon Whole Foods purchase threatens closures, consumer choiceMarc Perrone, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
Marc Perrone, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, sees Amazon the way some Rust Belt workers see global trade - as a threat to American jobs. "Amazon's reach will ultimately reduce the number of grocery... Read more
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TribLIVE
McDonald’s makes supersized effort to reverse fading popularitya persistent junk food image. In an increasingly crowded field of places to ea
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
a persistent junk food image. In an increasingly crowded field of places to eat, the number of McDonald's locations in the United States is set to shrink for the third year in a row. At established locations, the frequency of customer visits has... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Interim Winn-Dixie CEO hopes to lead grocery chain into the futureRUSKIN — The first time Anthony Hucker visited the Winn-Dixie grocery store in
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
RUSKIN — The first time Anthony Hucker visited the Winn-Dixie grocery store in Ruskin, he was the company's chief operating officer. Nearly a year later, he returned to celebrate the store's recent renovation, this time as chief executive officer and... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Kroger, the nation's largest grocer is suing rival Lidl, which has 10 U.S. storesSelection" in-house brand is too similar to Kroger's "Private Selection" label.
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Selection" in-house brand is too similar to Kroger's "Private Selection" label. The lawsuit, filed June 30, comes as U.S. supermarkets brace for increased competition from German discount chains Aldi and Lidl, and shows just how important... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Kroger, the nation's largest grocer is suing rival Lidl, which has 10 U.S. storesSelection" in-house brand is too similar to Kroger's "Private Selection" label.
Hartford Courant / Posted 14 days ago
Selection" in-house brand is too similar to Kroger's "Private Selection" label. The lawsuit, filed June 30, comes as U.S. supermarkets brace for increased competition from German discount chains Aldi and Lidl, and shows just how important... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Kroger, the nation's largest grocer is suing rival Lidl, which has 10 U.S. storesSelection" in-house brand is too similar to Kroger's "Private Selection" label.
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
Selection" in-house brand is too similar to Kroger's "Private Selection" label. The lawsuit, filed June 30, comes as U.S. supermarkets brace for increased competition from German discount chains Aldi and Lidl, and shows just how important... Read more
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The Morning Call
Kroger, the nation's largest grocer is suing rival Lidl, which has 10 U.S. storesSelection" in-house brand is too similar to Kroger's "Private Selection" label.
The Morning Call / Posted 14 days ago
Selection" in-house brand is too similar to Kroger's "Private Selection" label. The lawsuit, filed June 30, comes as U.S. supermarkets brace for increased competition from German discount chains Aldi and Lidl, and shows just how important... Read more
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Slate
The Food Court Is Dead. Long Live the Food Hall. Wait, What’s the Difference?halls, not courts. You’ve surely noticed that food halls are now everywhere. T
Slate / Posted 18 days ago
halls, not courts. You’ve surely noticed that food halls are now everywhere. There are at least a few dozen of them in the United States, some of which are genuine evolutions of traditional public markets, some of which are new, and all of which... Read more
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The Courier
GLORY DAYS: 101 great Hunter momentsenormous crowd quickly gathered in front of The Herald office, and the singing
The Courier / Posted 19 days ago
enormous crowd quickly gathered in front of The Herald office, and the singing of God Save the King was the first united thanksgiving of the citizens of Newcastle for the victory in the winning of which so many district men have fought and... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Amazon robots seen as lined up for some Whole Foods tasksMackey said, according to a transcript of the meeting. "I think we're gonna get
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
Mackey said, according to a transcript of the meeting. "I think we're gonna get a lot of those innovations in our stores. I think we're gonna see a lot of technology. I think you're gonna see Whole Foods Market evolve in leaps and... Read more
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The Hindu
Life in the blockaded QatarAbubakkar calls home in southern India, he tries to reassure his worried mother
The Hindu / Posted 24 days ago
Abubakkar calls home in southern India, he tries to reassure his worried mother that his work is going on as usual in the United Arab Emirates. Mr. Abubakkar, 26, moved to Dubai in 2015 to work as a customer care agent for a courier service. In... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Doreen's Deals: Top 10 retail pet peeves and customer service complaintsAllow me to rant about my biggest pet peeves in stores and malls. I do a lot o
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 25 days ago
Allow me to rant about my biggest pet peeves in stores and malls. I do a lot of shopping. It’s my job. Proof of this can be found in the six inches of space my husband gets in our walk-in closet. As I make my weekly rounds, I witness a lot of sales... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dublin expansion just the prescription for former Dragonher fellow travellers are all either finalists or alumni of the EY Entrepreneur
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
her fellow travellers are all either finalists or alumni of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards programme and are in the United States to take part in a CEO Retreat. Since getting back to work, the Co Tyrone-born businesswoman has been leading... Read more
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The Express-Times
Phillipsburg's only full-size supermarket is closingThe town's only full-size grocery store will shut for good at the end of July,
The Express-Times / Posted 26 days ago
The town's only full-size grocery store will shut for good at the end of July, leaving residents used to walking to the store on Route 22 with a four-mile schlep to the next-closest grocer. "It's a sad situation, but financially it doesn't make... Read more
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Mumbrella
2017 Mumbrella Award winnerscampaign which highlights the lack of diversity on our TV screens may have divi
Mumbrella / Posted 26 days ago
campaign which highlights the lack of diversity on our TV screens may have divided commentators from the left and right, it united a nation, and drove sales too. Media Campaign of the Year Winner: Prospan – Don’t Ignore a Cough, AFFINITY for... Read more
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Canberra Times
Don't believe the 'Amazon taking over Australia' hype: Merrill Lynchalready migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That w
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
already migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That was unlikely to grow to levels seen in the United States (14 per cent) and Britain (10 per cent) because most major product categories were already available online,... Read more
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WA Today
Don't believe the 'Amazon taking over Australia' hype: Merrill Lynchalready migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That w
WA Today / Posted 27 days ago
already migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That was unlikely to grow to levels seen in the United States (14 per cent) and Britain (10 per cent) because most major product categories were already available online,... Read more
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The Age
Don't don't believe the Amazon hype: Merrill Lynchalready migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That w
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
already migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That was unlikely to grow to levels seen in the United States (14 per cent) and Britain (10 per cent) because most major product categories were already available online,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Don't don't believe the Amazon hype: Merrill Lynchalready migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That w
Brisbane Times / Posted 27 days ago
already migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That was unlikely to grow to levels seen in the United States (14 per cent) and Britain (10 per cent) because most major product categories were already available online,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Don't don't believe the Amazon hype: Merrill Lynchalready migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That w
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
already migrated online, which accounted for 7.5 per cent of all sales. That was unlikely to grow to levels seen in the United States (14 per cent) and Britain (10 per cent) because most major product categories were already available online,... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Southern California's grocery battle heats up with the spread of discounter Aldigrocery chain Aldi arrived in Southern California last year. Aldi, a German-ba
Los Angeles Times / Posted 28 days ago
grocery chain Aldi arrived in Southern California last year. Aldi, a German-based discount grocer, opened its first U.S. store in 1976 but reached California only last year. It’s now rapidly expanding and quickly has become Santos’ go-to... Read more
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Fortune
The Accelerating Disruption of China’s Economyshot across the bow that everyone has anticipated for years. Still, the $13.7 b
Fortune / Posted 29 days ago
shot across the bow that everyone has anticipated for years. Still, the $13.7 billion deal came as a huge shock in the United States; it represented the next stage of the digital disruption that has upended all of retail. But it didn't in... Read more
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Newsmax
Amazon Robots Poised to Revamp How Whole Foods Runs WarehousesMackey said, according to a transcript of the meeting. "I think we’re gonna get
Newsmax / Posted 29 days ago
Mackey said, according to a transcript of the meeting. "I think we’re gonna get a lot of those innovations in our stores. I think we’re gonna see a lot of technology. I think you’re gonna see Whole Foods Market evolve in leaps and... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Amazon Robots Poised to Revamp How Whole Foods Runs WarehousesMackey said, according to a transcript of the meeting. "I think we’re gonna get
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
Mackey said, according to a transcript of the meeting. "I think we’re gonna get a lot of those innovations in our stores. I think we’re gonna see a lot of technology. I think you’re gonna see Whole Foods Market evolve in leaps and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Australia’s fanciest convenience storeDavid Jones convenience stores on the way | Daily Telegraph THE well-heeled re
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
David Jones convenience stores on the way | Daily Telegraph THE well-heeled residents of Australia’s most affluent enclaves are going to have a whole new world of convenience at their feet, thanks to David Jones’ latest venture. As part of its $100... Read more
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The Star
Online grocery sales in Malaysia seen growing slowlye-commerce and cloud computing giant Amazon made a bid to buy organic supermark
The Star / Posted 1 months ago
e-commerce and cloud computing giant Amazon made a bid to buy organic supermarket chain Whole Foods Market Inc in the United States. The deal signifies that the sale of groceries online is going to be big. So, what is the scene in Malaysia... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Australia’s fanciest convenience storethanks to David Jones’ latest venture. As part of its $100 million assault on
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 1 months ago
thanks to David Jones’ latest venture. As part of its $100 million assault on the premium food sector, the department store chain is planning to open small-format stores in the wealthy suburbs where the bulk of its shoppers live. Billed as... Read more
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News.com.au
Australia’s fanciest convenience storeDavid Jones is planning a fancy convenience store chain. Pictured is MasterChef
News.com.au / Posted 1 months ago
David Jones is planning a fancy convenience store chain. Pictured is MasterChef winner at the department store’s Market Street food hall. Picture: Craig Greenhill THE well-heeled residents of Australia’s most affluent enclaves are going to have a... Read more
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