Supervalu on Thursday morning announced it has named Janel Haugarth to lead its independent business organization, replacing Leon Bergmann, who has decided to leave the company.
An online consumer survey shows that nearly half of consumers go into brick-and-mortar stores with their smartphones to research items without buying them and then looked for the same item at a lower price online.
Supervalu reported a loss of $111 for its second quarter, compared with net income of $60 million in the year-earlier quarter.
AutoZone has elected Enderson Guimaraes to its board of directors.
Macy's is hoping to entice the coveted 13- to 30-year-old market with the launch of its millenial initiative.
Toys"R"Us has extended its free layaway program through Dec. 16. The program, announced in September, was originally slated to end on Oct. 31.
Revenue at eBay rose 15% to $3.4 billion for the third quarter ended Sept. 20 from the the same period last year.
Kmart is looking for five interns for a new program designed to provide opportunities to Hispanic women.
Target Corp. and The Neiman Marcus Group will promote their upcoming joint holiday collection by serving as the sole sponsors of the mid-season finale of the hit ABC television show “Revenge.”
A recent study showed that supermarkets generate high satisfaction among their shoppers.