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Retailers ask high court not to revive credit card fee deal

Retailers ask high court not to revive credit card fee deal

The National Retail Federation and the Retail Industry Leaders Association are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to let stand the…

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Walgreens, Target execs push tax reform in meeting with Trump

Walgreens, Target execs push tax reform in meeting with Trump

Retail industry executives met with President Donald Trump at the White House on Wednesday to push back against a proposal…

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RILA goes to bat against the BAT

RILA goes to bat against the BAT

The Retail Industry Leaders Association is launching a national campaign to fight a new tax on goods imported and sold…

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Retailers fighting to keep swipe fee reform on track

Retailers fighting to keep swipe fee reform on track Retailers are voicing their strong opposition to the reintroduction of the Financial Choice Act, fearing that swipe fees could soar…
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Bayer exec is named head of government relations at Kroger

Bayer exec is named head of government relations at Kroger Kroger has hired a Washington, D.C., insider to lead a newly created office responsible for implementing the company's federal government…
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What the new FDA chief means for food retail What the new FDA chief means for food retail

Food retailers and CPG companies say they see new FDA Secretary Sonny Perdue as an advocate and welcome his promises to decrease regulatory burdens on their industries.


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Retailers ask high court not to revive credit card fee deal Retailers ask high court not to revive credit card fee deal

The National Retail Federation and the Retail Industry Leaders Association are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to let stand the rejection of a settlement that would fail to bring retailers much-needed relief from credit card fees.

 


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RILA goes to bat against the BAT RILA goes to bat against the BAT

The Retail Industry Leaders Association is launching a national campaign to fight a new tax on goods imported and sold in the United States.


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Florida trade groups whose members include Walgreens and Publix are suing the city of Miami Beach over its attempt to raise the minimum wage.


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Conagra Hit with Record Fine for Tainted Food Conagra Hit with Record Fine for Tainted Food

Conagra Grocery Products, a subsidiary of Conagra Brands, formerly ConAgra Foods, was assessed an $8 million criminal fine and has to forfeit an additional $3.2 million in assets as a result of a guilty plea to a criminal misdemeanor charge alleging the shipment of contaminated peanut butter linked to a 2006-7 nationwide outbreak of salmonella poisoning.


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USDA Urges Standard “Best if Used By” System USDA Urges Standard “Best if Used By” System

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is urging food processors to standardize the expiration dates they place on their packaging, saying the multiple systems now used are confusing consumers.


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