Ama​​​​​​​zon posts strong Q4, full year results

Amazon’s North American segment reported that its sales increased 13% year-over-year to $93.4 billion.

Kroger delivery expands to South Florida

Kroger is opening a new spoke to serve Miami and surrounding areas and welcoming 90 associates.

Cardinal Health reports revenue growth in Q2

​​​​​​​Cardinal Health’s second quarter revenue increased 13% to $51.5 billion from the prior year period.

CVS unveils one+other beauty, personal care brand

CVS’ one+other is a beauty and personal care brand that celebrates self-expression and embraces individuality with more than 200 self-care essentials.

Walmart rolls out new store designs at 5 flagship stores

Walmart's new look includes brighter lighting, fashionable mannequins, colorful makeup displays, more spacious aisles and pet supplies.

Giant Eagle to modernize in-store product management across 5 states

Giant Eagle aims to use strategic category management technology to improve the customer experience at 216 supermarkets and 274 GetGo convenience stores throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland and Indiana.

Schnucks kicks off register campaign supporting Urban League

For the third consecutive year, as part of Black History Month in February, Schnuck Markets will offer customers the opportunity to round up at the register to support the Urban League.

H-E-B, Costco best navigate pandemic grocery market upheaval, bumping Amazon from top

H-E-B, Costco and Amazon are the three retailers with customer value propositions best built for long-term success, according to Dunnhumby’s 6th annual Retailer Preference Index for U.S. Grocery.

CVS Health Clinical Trial Services to recruit diabetes, chronic kidney disease patients

Clinical Trial Services will recruit patients at 39 proact 1 (REGEN-006) clinical sites, using a machine learning model to identify patient populations that align with trial inclusion/exclusion criteria.

Half of millennials are using vitamins, supplements more often than before the pandemic

Among the 78% of Americans who are vitamin users, 34% have increased their usage since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, including nearly half of millennials, according to Mintel research.