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Mass-merchandiser Walmart is hosting an open call, inviting startups to its headquarters in Bentonville, Ark., to pitch ideas on how to help solve technology problems and create more compelling shopping experiences, Forbes reported.
Walmart is phasing out Price First, a value-tier store brand featuring no-frills products in plain blue packaging, Money reported.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) against Whole Foods, alleging misrepresentation about how humanely its meat had been raised, Fortune reported.
Dannon announced a pledge to its farmers, retail customers and consumers to further improve sustainable agriculture practices for its milk supply, increase transparency for its portfolio of products, and evolve to more natural and fewer ingredients in its flagship brands.
Having full-time workers behind the register results in improved customer service, reduced turnover and a workforce that is more engaged, which will lead to higher sales and profits, according to executives of convenience store chain Sheetz, who were quoted in The Wall Street Journal.
Smartphones across all adult demographic groups are the most-used platform in terms of days per week among users of each medium, according to the fourth-quarter 2015 Comparable Metrics Report from market researcher Nielsen.
Food City, a grocery chain based in Virginia, will introduce click-and-collect service at stores across the Southeast.