Kroger is changing the way it organizes beer, wine and liquor on its store shelves by asking a private distributor to charge alcohol companies for placement, according to a report from Time magazine. (Time)
First Google became Alphabet and now Men’s Wearhouse is following suit by creating a new holding company structure under the name Tailored Brands that hints at growth aspirations beyond the male demographic.
Remember Circuit City? According to a new report from Twice, the new owners of the naming rights to the electronics chain have an ambitious plan to open retail outlets, websites, branded and private-label products, licensed kiosks, mobile shops and franchise opportunities -- all under the Circuit City banner. [Twice]
While Kroger has been offering a click and collect service at certain stores for about two years, outside of the Denver market home delivery has not been available. A new service aims to change that for some Kroger shoppers in its hometown of Cincinnati. [Cincinnati Business Courier]