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The Dow dropped nearly 55 points on Thursday.
Walmart's first-quarter results leave much to be desired. Here are several weak areas that investors might want to consider more broadly.
Global stocks traded lower Thursday as oil prices continued to climb in tandem with gains for the U.S. dollar, putting pressure on markets in Asia as investors focused on key trade talks between Washington and Beijing.
Ocado shares rose the most on record Thursday after the U.K. online grocery group signed a deal with U.S. giant Kroger that will pave its entry into the world's biggest food market.
U.S. stock futures decline amid a sustained rise in crude oil prices; Walmart and J.C. Penney report earnings; Cisco falls following its tepid outlook.
Here are the business stories you need to get up to speed during your morning commute.
America's Grocer Joins Forces with World's Largest Dedicated Online Grocery Supermarket to Redefine the Food & Grocery CX
The great American supermarket faces some stiff competition. Watch our video now to see who wins.
Amazon isn't the only threat to traditional supermarkets in the U.S. Macroeconomics is critical in how consumers of today and tomorrow shop for groceries.
Markets briefly traded in positive territory but closed trading with mixed results.
Company's moonshot goal uplifts #StopFoodWasteDay
The companies will host drug take-back events on National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day at more than 100 Kroger Family of Pharmacies locations
Company's Zero Hunger | Zero Waste initiative fuels promotion of sustainable practices and products
Nine Ralphs Stores Receive ENERGY STAR® Certification
Announces $1.2 Billion Accelerated Share Repurchase Program
Supermarket Company's Pharmacies Offering Opioid Overdose-Reversing Drug Naloxone and Hosting Drug Take-Back Event at Leisure World in Seal Beach
Amazon pretty much can't be stopped at this point. Here's how to think about investing off this giant company's growth.
Retailers now have all the power, Credit Suisse says.
Walmart and Target seem to be zooming ahead.
Company to Open New Dining Destination this Fall in Cincinnati, Ohio
President Trump continued his attack on Amazon on Saturday. So much for things settling down in tech stock land.
The rumors are coming in hot and heavy on possible moves Walmart and Target are making to keep at Amazon at bay. Meanwhile, stocks just closed below this key point. Rejoice, bears.
Reports of Target buying Kroger to try and challenge Amazon may not be as crazy as it seems. This map shows why.
Stocks sank on Friday after President Donald Trump moved to slap tariffs on up to $60 billion worth of China-made goods.
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