Delhaize Group’s Food Lion division is enjoying success with an extensive transformation initiative called “easy, fresh and affordable,” as it works to complete a pending merger with Royal Ahold.
Starbucks Corp. reported first quarter earnings and same-store sales that topped expectations. But the coffee giant gave a soft earnings outlook for its current quarter.
Ahold USA on Wednesday announced net sales of $26.4 billion for the full year of 2015, an increase of 1.4%.
The largest single-day, private sector pay increase ever will take effect Feb. 20, when more than 1.2 million Walmart U.S. and Sam’s Club associates receive a pay increase.
Genesco has sold a subsidiary that sells apparel and equipment to schools and youth sports programs to a larger Texas-based competitor.
Staples is giving itself three more months before calling off its proposed $6.3 billion acquisition of Office Depot, giving the companies time to fight an antitrust lawsuit with the Federal Trade Commission.
Chico’s FAS has sold its Boston Proper women’s apparel business to a Los Angeles-based, consumer-focused private equity firm.
Tiffany & Co. says weak tourist spending and a strong dollar hurt its sales results for the two-month holiday period.
Sam’s Club has entered into an agreement with Visa to begin accepting Visa credit cards starting Feb. 1.
Joyce Leslie on Monday announced that it filed a motion on January 14th for court approval to set bid procedures and an auction date for a sale of most of its assets.