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  • What Shoppers Should Expect From A $15 Hourly Retail Wage

    October 17th, 2018

    Amazon’s plan to raise its hourly wage to $15 is driven by a responsibility to treat its workers better, but it comes when demand for talent is rising. Here’s what shoppers can expect for $15 an hour, and how Publix, Wayfair and others prove that good experience takes more than money.

  • 5 Ways Kroger’s Investment In Tech And Experience Will Change All Grocery

    October 2nd, 2018

    Kroger’s sales growth has slowed slightly, but that doesn’t mean the chain is losing market share. Rather, it reflects necessary moves to appeal to a shopper base that demands better service, experiences and quality at lower prices. Here are five ways shoppers should benefit across the industry.

  • Kroger Dips Into Exclusive Apparel But Skirts E-commerce: Here’s Why

    July 27th, 2018

    Kroger’s plan to launch an exclusive line of apparel, called Dip, indicates the supermarket chain is serious about competing in the clothing category. However, the strategy does not include plans to sell the clothing online. An expert from the retail technology firm Nextail explains why.

  • Grocers Beware: Food Delivery Closing The Gap Between Campus And Commerce

    April 23rd, 2018

    Many college students struggle to afford meals, but in prosperous urban communities, others are changing how meals are ordered and eaten. The grocery industry should pay attention: The ways students take their meals will shape how millions buy food over the decades.

  • 5 Ways A Walmart-Humana Partnership Could Change Everyone’s In-Store Experience

    April 17th, 2018

    Reports that Walmart is considering an expanded partnership with the insurer Humana could transform healthcare from a service to a consumer product, forcing retailers to find relevant ways to merchandise it.